The 2010-2012 California Household Travel Survey was released last month, and for those of us interested in how Californians are moving, there were some pleasantly surprising findings.
Five USC Price students recently participated in the Public Policy Invitational at the University of Pennsylvania, winning top honors for their citizen-oriented proposal to curb California’s unquenchable thirst for water.
As Angelinos may have been aware of, the Gold Line has broken ground again and this time will move deeper into the San Gabriel Valley. This extension of Gold Line is Phase 2A […]
For those of us excited about the potential for Streetmix, there is a new app on the horizon to explore. Using the Unity 3D video game engine, Spencer Boomhower from Portland […]
Across the globe municipalities and regions are struggling to finance and develop their infrastructure needs, calling for creative problem-solving on the behalf of governments seeking to address this crisis. Officials from along the Left Coast are hoping the West Coast Infrastructure Exchange will be at the center of that innovation by facilitating the development of critical regional projects in areas such as transportation and sanitation.
Bill Hayes’ essay, which was just posted to the Virginia Quarterly Review‘s website, is a lovely meditation his experiences taking the subway in New York City. I cannot take a […]
Yesterday, the Los Angeles Times published an in-depth investigation into the safety of concrete buildings in the city, finding that more than “a 1,000 old concrete buildings in Los Angeles […]
Earlier this afternoon, Mayor Garcetti delivered the keynote address at the Urban Land Institute’s “Transit Oriented Los Angeles” conference. A few minutes after taking the stage he announced that today—on […]
On October 3rd, Young Professionals in Transportation (YPT) organized the “Accelerate >> Los Angeles” symposium at LADOT’s headquarter, discussing the transportation system of LA. The event was formatted in two panels composed of excellent professionals from different fields of transportation, and offered an impressive night of knowledge and inspirations.
A poetic journey through the Gold Line’s artwork on each stop from Union Station to South Pasadena Station