News Articles from September – October 2014

From Curbed LA:

Los Angeles Will Probably Be the Densest US City in 2025

“Better start building housing, Los Angeles, because it’s about to get dense(r) around here…”

From The LA Times:

Opinion: The Valley deserves to be part of L.A.’s public transportation revolution

“Los Angeles is in the midst of a public transportation revolution. Rail projects like the Expo Line and the “subway to the sea” may one day reinvent the way Angelenos interact with their city. The San Fernando Valley absolutely deserves to be part of this revolution.”

From Take Part:

The Air in Southern California Just Got a Whole Lot Cleaner

“Southern Californians can breathe a little easier: Cancer risk from airborne pollutants has been cut by more than half since 2005, according to the region’s air-quality control agency.”

From LA Daily News:

Orange Line upgrades sought

“Councilmen Paul Krekorian and Bob Blumenfield introduced a motion at the City Council meeting asking for feedback on what improvements officials might make along the busway. “The Orange Line is among the San Fernando Valley’s most vital pieces of transit infrastructure,” the two said in their proposal.”

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