June News Articles

From The Huffington Post:

How In-Town Development Produces Less Traffic Than You Might Think

“To control for external influences on automobile trip generation rates, ITE requires data be collected at isolated, single-use sites that are neither served by transit nor typically accessed on foot or by bicycle.”


From LA Daily News:

PHOTOS: Grateful Hearts Food and Music Festival in Woodland Hills

Check out some of photos of the event!


From The Valley Vantage:

Valley Beach Bus Rolling Out

“The County’s Beach Bus through Topanga Canyon to
local beaches has started its summer service.”

Page 1 from The Valley Vantage vol. 31, no. 18

From CityLab:

The Age of Every Building in Los Angeles, Mapped

“Using open data from local governments, built: LA visualizes the age of roughly 3 million buildings across L.A. County constructed between 1890 and 2008.”


From Urbanize LA:

LA Streetcar Project Moves to Next Phase

“The proposed 3.8-mile route would run in mixed traffic between the Civic Center and South Park neighborhoods along Broadway, 1st, 11th, 7th, Figueroa and Hills Streets.  Unlike the Metro Rail system, which connects Downtown Los Angeles with adjacent neighborhoods and cities, the streetcar would provide function as a local circulator for residents and visitors.”


From StreetsBlog LA:

Some Perspective On How Angelenos Are Driving Less

“In 2002, the average city resident drove 11.9 miles each day. By 2013, that daily Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT) has declined to about 10.8 miles each day.”


From Vox:

Once seniors are too old to drive, our transportation system totally fails them

‘”This is an unintended consequence of car-oriented planning,” Stafford says. “We thought we were creating ideal communities for young families, but weren’t thinking what it’d all look like 30 years down the road.”‘


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