In an effort to boost safety, Santa Monica-based scooter company Bird will offer ride credits to users who take a selfie while wearing a helmet.
More was expected from the convention’s LGBTQ Caucus than congratulatory orations and cheap tokens of inspiration.
While early construction began on the Verizon Building adpative reuse, a lack of funding and litigation has put the project into a state of emergency.
Voters need to feel like their voices are being heard—and it is up to us, collectively, to create a system that caters to that.
The operators behind the 11-acre retail complex at the southwest corner of Pacific Coast Highway and Second Street will host its grand opening on Oct. 24.
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.
The summit will have one question at its center: How can the church move beyond its walls to include the marginalized?
The initial creation of the pass will cost $350,000, split between the city and Long Beach Transit.
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.