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  • Traffic mitigation measures approved by MTA

    Traffic mitigation measures approved by MTA
    A group of projects intended to relieve the traffic impacts of construction projects on the Golden State (5) Freeway were approved last week by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transit Authority.
  • Burb's Eye View: A late train, a hot sun and a true adventure

    Burb's Eye View: A late train, a hot sun and a true adventure
    Stepping out into the bright morning from Union Station, we were disoriented. We hopped on our bikes and rode a couple blocks into Chinatown, where we found ourselves smack in the middle of a parade. It was an unusual start to a Sunday, and our journey...

    Bob Hope Airport's new crosswalk eases foot travel

    Bob Hope Airport's new crosswalk eases foot travel
    Bob Hope Airport officials stopped traffic on Empire Avenue Monday — literally. But it was brief, about as long as it takes to cross the street. The group was inaugurating a signalized crosswalk that provides better pedestrian access from the...

    Burbank seeks answers on bullet train's impact

    The Burbank City Council last week asked the California High-Speed Rail Authority to analyze in its environmental impact reports how the construction of a $68-billion bullet train connecting Los Angeles to San Francisco would impact traffic, the local...

    Burb's Eye View: Chandler Bikeway's 10-year anniversary celebrated

    Burb's Eye View: Chandler Bikeway's 10-year anniversary celebrated
    Bob Olson first strapped on a pair of skates nearly 60 years ago, but until 10 years ago, he'd drive off to Hansen Dam to use them. "There weren't many places to go" in his Burbank neighborhood, he said — not with the type of pavement where he...