Fact: CD 1 is home to most of the hideous developments of L.A. embarrassment and Trump-like opponent of walkable communities
Highways changed America forever, but they left a trail of flattened homes and fractured neighborhoods.
It came to me as I rode the Expo Line home after a business meeting in Santa Monica. The Expo Line is L.A. Metro's gateway drug. And, if we know what's good for us we should all keep experimenting to find our favorite rail or bus line. We should also all vote for Measure R2 in November.
Some of the people seated around the long table in the elegant dark wooded South Pasadena home have been fighting the idea of a five-mile long tunnel nearly 200 feet beneath their feet for decades.
Fortunately, there is a burgeoning trend here in the US to replace aging freeways with boulevards, which have been shown to move traffic just as well while creating rather than diminishing value.
HOV lanes, love 'em or hate 'em, are here to stay.
I know, with the certainty of an actuary, that my chances of surviving the drive from New York City to Philadelphia are nil to none.
Pacific Standard Time is a sprawling cultural initiative with 68 major museum shows and 125 gallery exhibitions including California Design 1930-1965: 'Living in a Modern Way.'
Los Angeles residents living near freeways experience a hardening of the arteries that leads to heart disease and strokes
One of the effects of gridlock that never comes to mind for our city nonplanners is the toll it takes on the arts and cultural events.