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Imagine being ordered by your boss to live in an exotic place people dream about visiting all their lives. Your job? Explore it, master it and translate it for hundreds of thousands of readers back home. The foreign correspondent is a traveler by...
When Los Angeles County voters passed a half-cent sales tax to raise $40 billion for transportation last fall, about $4.1 billion was set aside for the first phase of a subway extension west from downtown Los Angeles. Times editors have been posing...
Tags: Sacramento, Los Angeles, Nottingham, Politics, Travel
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterLocal transportation officials have come up with a list of about a dozen potential subway routes on the Westside, with most of the corridors following either Wilshire Boulevard or Santa Monica Boulevard -- or both. All of the routes, along with other...
Architecture CriticThis is the first of two articles on the intersection of public transit, urbanism and architecture on next week's ballot. There is a pedestrian path -- maintained, if that is not too generous a word, by the city of Los Angeles -- near my house in Eagle...
With the city considering converting Pico and Olympic boulevards into one-way streets, Opinion asked six experts for other quick and inexpensive ways to reduce traffic in Los Angeles. End the MTA's monopoly By James E. Moore II, director of the...
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Today, Reed and Balaker abandon the real-world constraint of money and present their financially unencumbered views of transportation in L.A. Yesterday, they weighed options for reducing traffic. Previously they debated road-building, subway extension,...
Today, Balaker and Reed look at expanding the L.A. subway system. Yesterday they debated how to reduce congestion Later this week they'll focus on transit funding, building roads and rail, alternatives to traffic, and crazy ideas to fix the traffic...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe 22nd floor of the new Solair building, a residential, retail and transportation hub at Wilshire Boulevard and Western Avenue, is still just a concrete platform -- the building's official opening is months away. But from that high up, it's easy to see...
Today, everyone wants to get out of the foreign oil money pit. We talk about reducing the use of petroleum through conservation, building cars with better mileage or developing alternative fuels that will not pollute or at least produce less pollution....
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterNew York Behold America's theater capital, twinkling, preening, clanging, stoking ambitions and devouring tourist dollars. Now behold the drama students of Verdugo Hills High School, their parents ferrying them from the San Fernando Valley to LAX, their...
Tags: Teen-agers, Hamburgers, YouTube, Woody Allen, Atlantic Ocean
WASHINGTON - Stepping into history, Barack Hussein Obama grasped the reins of power as America's first black president on Tuesday, saying the nation must choose "hope over fear, unity of purpose over conflict and discord" to overcome the worst economic...
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