News Articles March 12 – 26

From CicLAvalley:

CicLAvia Recap: What it Meant to the Valley

“The point is this: Yesterday we saw the valley in a whole other light. We had a glimpse into what part of the future may look like.”

http://ciclavalley.org/ciclavia-recap-what-it-meant-to-the-valley/

From The Atlantic CityLab:

Mapping the Next Major California Earthquake

“The researchers who made this map say it’s “inevitable” California will suffer destructive earthquakes in the future.”

http://www.citylab.com/weather/2015/03/mapping-the-next-major-california-earthquake/387796/?utm_source=nl_daily_link6_031615

From The Planning Report via Planetizen:

LA City’s re:code—Pitched as Simplifying City’s Complex & Opaque Zoning Code

“The City of LA is undergoing a five-year process to re-write the language of its antiquated zoning code. TPR spoke with Tom Rothmann, a Senior City Planner for the City of LA, about the effort.”

http://www.planningreport.com/2015/02/26/la-city-s-recode-pitched-simplifying-city-s-complex-opaque-zoning-code

From StreetsBlog LA:

Metrolink Hires Art Leahy As CEO, To Start April 2015

“The Metrolink board of directors voted unanimously this morning to hire Art Leahy as CEO.”

http://la.streetsblog.org/2015/03/13/metrolink-hires-art-leahy-as-ceo-to-start-april-2015/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+streetsblogla+%28Streetsblog+LA%29

From Los Angeles Daily News:

Westfield purchase of Promenade AMC aligns company with Warner Center 2035 master plan

“The purchase ‘underscores Westfield’s long-term belief in the strength of L.A.’s Warner Center, while providing the company a unique opportunity to consider a range of prospects and alternatives over time,’ Greg Miles, Westfield U.S. chief operating officer, said in a statement.”

http://www.dailynews.com/business/20150312/westfield-purchase-of-promenade-amc-aligns-company-with-warner-center-2035-master-plan

From StreetsBlog USA:

Making the Case for Complete Streets

“Redesigning streets to make room for people is a no brainer. ‘Complete streets’ projects that calm traffic and provide safe space for walking and biking save money, reduce crashes and injuries, and improve economic outcomes.”

http://usa.streetsblog.org/2015/03/25/making-the-case-for-complete-streets/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+streetsblogla+%28Streetsblog+LA%29

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