Transit is the economic life, the cultural life of the city,” said Mitchell...– As quoted in a New York Times article about subways and commuter rail after Hurricane Irene.
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Visibility and Vigilance: Washington Metro’s... →
In the wake of the subway incident in Hollywood, it’s interesting to review what other transit systems do. This 1997 PDF details the history of Washington’s safety systems.
[Apple, at their new Santa Monica Third Street store,] will offer all full-time...– via Curbed LA
Read our HuffPost Piece on the Future of LAX: How...
Following on our op-ed in the LA Business Journal last week, Angelenos Against Gridlock is pleased to be expanding its editorial reach this week with a post on The Huffington Post, on the future of LAX. The Future of LAX: How World Class Cities Connect Airports to Transit By David Murphy, President, Angelenos Against Gridlock Want to take public transportation to LAX? Good luck. The...
The Heathrow Express involved capital spending of more than £450 million. The...– Railways and Air Transport: Heathrow Express, by BAA manager Paul LeBlond. (Japan Railway & Transport Review No. 19 (pp.20–24) Click the link for an insightful article into rail/airport links, as we in Los Angeles consider how to improve LAX rail service.
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Our Op-Ed in Today's LA Business Journal
Here’s Angelenos Against Gridlock’s op-ed that appears in the current issue of the Los Angeles Business Journal. (Happily, after this was written, in the past few days, the Rodeo Drive Committee voted to support the subway station.) On the Right Track OP-ED: Beverly Hills merchants should know other cities’ high-end retail centers have benefited from subway access. By DAVID C....
Metrolink chief gets the railroad back on track -... →
Congrats to Metrolink CEO John E. Fenton on impressive progress.
This is an area where we still have a long way to go…. You go around the...– Mayor Villaraigosa, speaking at the Metro board meeting on bikes and bike sharing in Los Angeles. The bike sharing motion (item 22) just passed, and Metro will report back to the board in 100 days with details about how bike sharing could be implemented. (Call (213) 922-6045 to listen to the...
Video: Minnesota’s Bike Share Expands, via Streetsblog LA.
While Metro has supported bike share programs through the Call for Projects...– Metro Board Motion by Yaroslavsky, O’Connor, and Villaraigosa, for consideration at Thursday’s Metro Board Meeting Full details: PDF.