Metro Los Angeles has announced its key light rail line, the A Line (formerl the Blue Line) will officially reopen Nov. 2.
Gov. Gavin Newsom, in a striking blow to transit and climate change advocates across the state, has vetoed the Complete Streets for Active Living Bill.
AB 68 allows for homeowners of single-family homes who apply to build “granny flats” to also build a second, “junior” flat on their property.
A new report shows the state will not meet its 2030 emissions goals until 2061 and will not meet its 2050 goals until 2157, a 31-year and a 107-year delay.
Meet one of the world’s youngest digitial cartographers, who uses his drone to take ultra-high-resolution pictures of Long Beach for a world map.
If someone—most likely an urban or transit nerd like myself—were to attempt to the records database of Metro Los Angeles this morning, they would be denied.
The arduous battle to get the project going has been a seven-year long endeavor and, most recently, included yet another return to the drawing board for designs, the third in the project’s existence.
‘Line A’? That… That seems counterintuitive to local speak—and it turns out, Metro Los Angeles agrees as it goes with ‘the A Line’ on new signage.
Councilmembers who back the recommendation say that the relief given to the developers will eventually find its way back into helping grow Long Beach’s economy.
beachside basketball courts—one full-court and one half-court—are nearing completion at the Junipero Avenue junction of the city’s waterfront.