Oakland and Minneapolis have done it. Now the idea is gaining traction on the Westside.
The city is closing a stretch of Wilshire Boulevard and ramping up construction.
That’s a "massive hit" that could jeopardize the transit agency’s future plans.
Metro remains open, despite a 50 percent drop in ridership over the last few week.
Here’s a guide to a very un-flashy transit project that will have a big impact.
It’s one of 28 projects Metro wants to finish before the Olympic Games.
A 1.5-mile stretch would be open to pedestrians, bikes, scooters, and buses—but not private vehicles.
With clear deadlines for faster buses, traffic signals that prioritize trains over cars, and weekly open streets events closed to vehicles.
The legislation returned for reconsideration today, and failed to pass.
Now called the B Line, it reaches some of the most iconic landmarks in Los Angeles.
It’s like a mini Senate Bill 50, and in less than three years, the program has spurred plans for 20,000 new apartments.
A new report finds they produce a disproportionate amount of greenhouse gas emissions in California.
One goal is to make public transportation more competitive with driving.
Each line in the system gets a letter name, similar to New York City.
Car crashes are the fourth leading cause of premature death in the county.
But the plan to reduce traffic doesn’t go far enough, experts say.
It’s long been suggested that the city’s old transit network fell victim to a conspiracy by automakers to create more demand for cars.
The head of LA’s countywide transit agency has proposed tolling drivers in order to pay for free rides on trains and buses—as soon as 2028.
Some lines are carrying fewer riders than they have in years.
Could tolling drivers speed up travel times?
New rail and rapid bus projects—including the Expo Line.
The city was once a public transportation wonderland.
"I find [the bars] to be offensive and not accommodating to riders," City Councilmember says.
More than a dozen stops throughout the park, starting December 7.
A Silver Line station under the 110 freeway is temporarily transformed to add more trees, lights, and staff.
Long waits will only get shorter when the airport truly prioritizes shared transportation options.
New name, (slightly) faster train.
Hear from Curbed urbanism editor Alissa Walker, Mayor Eric Garcetti, and more during the third annual urbanism conference.