We need to rethink our space—and the endless strips of asphalt that typically accommodate our need for speed and places to park our cars can easily host hundreds of diners at safe distances.
A woman who did absolutely everything she was “supposed to do” was killed and because the driver wasn’t drunk, high, and had a license, he was free to go.
Councilmember Rex Richardson seems to be the only one who cares about affordable housing in a city with homelessness and a lack of affordability.
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.
Two bicyclists. Two pedestrians. A motorcyclist. A driver. These are the six people killed by cars in the first month of 2019 in Long Beach.
Forget the fact that 46% of the ocean’s plastic pollution is comprised solely from nets from the fishing industry. We don’t use straws anymore.
In Metro’s eyes, Long Beach is “We’ll get to you later.” And in OCTA’s eyes, Long Beach is what you pass through before you get to Santa Monica.
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.