Before we begin, let’s get one thing clear: freeway expansions do not alleviate traffic congestion—it didn’t work for th 405 and it won’t for the 605.
Our metro leads the nation in hosting the most cost-burdened households while our city is the seventh worst in the nation. How are we fixing it?
The “missing middle” refers to households that are cost-burdened by market rate housing but unable to qualify for housing subsidies.
In less than two years, the 40-townhouse development known as the Huxton in Downtown Long Beach has doubled its prices.
California’s population growth is the lowest recorded since the state’s Department of Finance began collecting the data in the year 1900.
Two Long Beach councilmembers are asking the City Council to oppose what is one of the boldest California housing policies to come out of the legislature in decades.
The state is now on the realistic political verge of eliminating single-family zoning after two major senate bills were merged.
Why, after two deaths, has nothing been addressed about these handful of bridges that provide the sole access to and from West Long Beach?
Uber has long claimed to be a public transit advocate—but the language of its Initial Public Offering tells an entirely different tale.
It’s not about expanding what we have but managing better what already exists: prioritizing existing mass transit and congestion pricing.