Joint Timetable, Oct. revision Railroads in Southern California want to keep promoting the new joint timetable that debuted earlier this year. It’s the first time the timetables for Amtrak, Metrolink and the Coaster in San Diego County have been put in a single timetable. Paper versions will also soon be [continue reading]
It remains extremely unlikely that Measure J will get the two-thirds approval needed for passage but it has certainly been interesting watching its numbers rise as more ballots are counted by the Los Angeles County Registrar. I'll update later when I know the number of ballots remaining to be tallied. [continue reading]
The Los Angeles County Registrar has added two more updates since we last looked at the numbers before Thanksgiving and the number of ‘yes’ votes keep rising. It now stands at 65.66% — which is exactly one percent less than the two-thirds ‘yes’ votes it needed for approval. I’ll update [continue reading]
The news release from the two agencies is below. Measure R is paying for the enviornmental studies for the proposed freeway between Palmdale and Highway 18; the project still needs to secure funding in order to be built. Bike lanes adjacent to the freeway are also now being considered. Here's [continue reading]
Here’s the latest work notice from the Expo Line Construction Authority, the independent agency building the Culver City-Santa Monica portion of the project, which is funded by Measure R.
Here are the latest Measure J results, posted a few minutes ago the Los Angeles County Registrar. According to the Registar, 130,063 ballots were added to the election results today. It appears of those, 112,383 cast a vote in the Measure J election. That brings the estimated total still to be [continue reading]
On Friday afternoon, Measure J crossed the 65 percent threshold but is still 1.59 percentage points away from passage. As of Friday, there were still 340,684 votes to be counted, according to the Los Angeles County Registrar’s latest news release. In order for J to pass, more than 78 percent [continue reading]