The Planning Commission has entitled the massive West Gateway in Downtown Long Beach, one of the most ambitious projects to be proposed in Long Beach.
Metro Los Angeles is moving forward with releasing its onslaught of TAP “wearables” that include various wristbands and keychains, allowing transiters to avoid having to pull out their wallets and use a TAP card.
Friends of the Earth—which has garnered 2,460 signatures on the petition so far—is claiming a number of things, including an accusation that the public wasn’t properly notified about the project.
Lennar, the developer behind many properties in Long Beach, is seeking to avoid paying a Park and Recreation Facilities Fee.
City documents show that a final study session with the Planning Commission will precede a formal review from both the commission and City Council.
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.
More details have emerged surrounding the West Gateway project that is being proposed for the massive 719-acre space at 600 Broadway.
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?
New research from NYU has shown that the L.A.-Long Beach metro has seen an increase in deaths related to ozone emissions.
The Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim metro area is the most cost-burdened housing market in the entirety of the nation according to Harvard University.