The final unoffiicial results were posted by the Registrar within the past hour. With 100 percent of precincts reporting, Measure J is nearly two percentage points shy of the two-thirds threshold needed for passage. It appears about 889,000 fewer people cast a vote in the Measure J election than in [continue reading]
The results are still trickling in — it’s even slower than usual this time around. Below is the latest from the County Registrar below. Obviously Measure J has an uphill battle at this point to reach the two-thirds threshold needed for passage. As I noted earlier this evening, more than [continue reading]
About 38 percent of the precincts are reporting and the yes votes for Measure J continue to inch upward as more ballots are counted. It looks like it could be a close one — J needs two-thirds or 66.7 percent to pass. The Source is now officially past its bedtime [continue reading]
With the early vote by mail ballots in, the yes votes for Measure J are at 63.93 percent. It needs 66.7 percent to win. The next update likely will take a while on the county Registrar's website.
Good evening, Source readers! I hope you had a pleasant Election Day. Here’s the link to Measure J results from the Los Angeles County Registrar. If tradition holds, they’ll probably be updated two or three times an hour as the evening progresses. I’m guessing it will be many hours until [continue reading]
Welcome to Twitter Tuesday, our roundup of the latest Metro related tweets. To get our attention, add the #MetroLosAngeles tag to your tweets and subscribe to our feed if you haven’t already. For specific complaints and customer service, please use the Customer Comment Form on metro.net. If having problems viewing [continue reading]
Here is a look at some of the transportation headlines gathered by us and the Metro Library. The full list of headlines is posted on the Library’s Headlines blog, which you can also access via email subscription or RSS feed. Happy Election Day, Source readers. After enduring an endless [continue reading]
A wide range of topics will be discussed at the November Metro Service Council meetings this month, which are detailed below. For a complete listing of dates, times and locations for all five Service Council meetings, click here. For more information about each service council, click on the name of [continue reading]
Here’s the latest good word from the Expo Line Construction Authority, the agency building the Measure R-funded second phase between Culver City and Santa Monica.
I posted an update last week on the transit projects funded by Measure R. Some of the major road projects get their turn today. The following list just looks at some of the major road projects that are benefiting from Measure R dollars. Many other smaller projects around Los Angeles [continue reading]