News Articles From October 2014

From The San Fernando Valley Business Journal:

Daily News Site Mixed-Use Project OK’d

“The South Valley Area Planning Commission denied an objection Thursday night against a planned mixed-use project at the former Los Angeles Daily News headquarters site, paving the way for the first project under the area’s new specific plan.”

http://sfvbj.com/news/2014/oct/10/dailys-news-site-mixed-use-project-okd/

From StreetsBlog LA:

Metro Updates: Rail-to-River, Complete Streets, BRT, & More

“Metro Orange Line BRT Signalization Changes Ready to Go”

http://la.streetsblog.org/2014/10/23/metro-updates-rail-to-river-complete-streets-brt-more/

From StreetsBlog USA via Metro Transportation Library:

By a Wide Margin, Americans Favor Transit Expansion Over New Roads

“If only our nation’s spending priorities more closely tracked public opinion: A new poll [PDF] from ABC News and the Washington Post finds that when presented with the choice, Americans would rather spend transportation resources expanding transit than widening roads.”

http://usa.streetsblog.org/2014/10/23/by-a-wide-margin-americans-favor-transit-expansion-over-new-roads/

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