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It was a triumph of citizen activism — the Pasadena City Council's unanimous repudiation last week of plans to extend the long-stalled Long Beach (710) Freeway through town. Someday, we might look back at what happened Monday night as a historic...
At 520,000 square feet, it’s going to be big. And at $112.6 million, it will be expensive. On Friday, a cadre of officials celebrated breaking ground on the massive center that is expected to transform how passengers use Burbank Bob Hope Airport....
Transportation commissioners this week recommended several changes to bus service for seniors and the disabled, including cutting weekend service, as they grapple with reduced funding. In an effort to generate more income for the service, an outreach...
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Los Angeles County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky weighed in this week on NBCUniversal’s proposed 400-acre “Evolution Plan,” asking the company to drop efforts to build almost 3,000 residential units that are part of the proposed project....
Transportation commissioners this week discussed the possibility of cutting bus service for seniors and the disabled on weekends, or perhaps confining the schedule to either Saturday or Sunday. The options emerged Monday as commissioners continued...
Transportation commissioners continue to examine ways to save money before a funding surplus is exhausted, and small fees for bus services for seniors and the disabled are among the possibilities. Officials say services like BurbankBus, BurbankBus...
A $4.3-million federal grant to study ways to reduce traffic congestion around Bob Hope Airport could bear some fruit, officials said. The grant — which sat dormant since the 1980s — was recently tapped to help the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena...
Tags: Politics, Traffic, Local Government, Bob Hope, Travel
City transportation commissioners plan to discuss options for turning around money-losing bus services for seniors and the disabled, contending it is their job to review how funds are being spent despite City Council direction to maintain the status quo....
A bus service geared toward local youth may be destined to end this summer after a transportation task force determined last week that it no longer is financially viable. The Got Wheels! bus service was intended to transport young people around the...
Students who use the Got Wheels! bus service after school and around the city will have to make other plans for this summer after the City Council this week voted to move ahead with eliminating the program. Since February, city officials have been...
VAN NUYS — Riders of a bus route that runs through Burbank’s hillsides and into Glendale have at least six more months before Los Angeles County transit officials make their final recommendation on whether to keep the route off the chopping...
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