This is the third in our series of polls on issues facing the Westside Subway Extension. It’s The Source’s way of unscientifically gauging the public’s general opinions about some of the big issues facing the subway project, which is in its planning stages. The first poll asked readers if they [continue reading]
The transportation advocacy group Move LA has scheduled a rally for Friday, Aug. 13, to rally the troops to support the 30/10 Initiative. See the flier at right. This is the same group that cleverly started the 30/10 online petition. The 30/10 plan was officially adopted as Metro policy this [continue reading]
On Friday, July 23 Metro officials convened near the Blue Line Pico Station to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Metro Rail – and to look towards the future. Check out the above video for highlights from the speeches.
Here are some photos of the demolition of the Sunset Boulevard bridge over the 405 freeway that began this past weekend. The bridge is being widened and rebuilt as part of the project to add a carpool lane on the northbound 405 between the Santa Monica and Ventura freeways.
We’ve run two polls on the Westside Subway Extension so far and here are the results as of about noon on Monday: I’m pleased with the number of votes, which I think reflects the great interest the public has in this project. As they should for something that is going [continue reading]
Monday — that, is today July 26 — is the final day for members of the public to comment on the draft environmental impact study/report for the Wilshire bus lane project. This is the best way to have your voice heard in the planning process for the project, which proposes [continue reading]
Wow–almost 2,800 votes in our latest subway poll. At this point, readers are favoring the Constellation station on the Westside Subway Extension. If you haven’t voted yet, please feel free to participate. Here’s an earlier post explaining the Century City station issue. A couple of readers have emailed and asked [continue reading]
County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky, who is also a member of the Board of Directors of Metro, has a long post on his blog on the 20th anniversary of Metro Rail. His point, in short: “that the more you build the system, the more of a system you build.” Excerpt: Those [continue reading]
Metro officials gathered Friday morning near a Blue Line station in downtown Los Angeles to commemorate the recent 20th anniversary of Metro Rail. The Blue Line began service on July 14, 1990 — in the 27 years previous, there was only bus service available in Los Angeles County. It was [continue reading]
The Board of Directors of Metro met Thursday for their regular monthly session (here’s a link to the agenda). It was also the first meeting run by the new chairman of the Board of Directors, Supervisor Don Knabe. Here are a few highlights of issues they tackled that I thought [continue reading]