Browsing the "public transit" Tag

Transit Data In Motion

February 15th, 2016 | by Kyle Park Points

In 2016, transit data is important to any urban city. Without access to this information, people are left to guess how [&hellip


Los Angeles Mayor Gets Serious About Public Transit

April 29th, 2015 | by Susanna Schick

Last week, Move LA invited Mayor Eric Garcetti and many other esteemed guests to discuss the potential for Measure R2, the next step in funding (fixing) Los Angeles’ transportation woes. Measure R is a half percent sales tax approved in 2008, slated to bring in as much as $40 billion over 30 years. Since 2008, it has helped rapidly increase LA’s metro system


The Rockstars of Urban Planning On Walking In LA

March 31st, 2015 | by Susanna Schick

The Hammer Museum at UCLA hosts weekly talks on hot topics. Being a huge fan of turning Los Angeles into a car-free city, I was eager to hear Seleta Reynolds, our new General Manager at the Department of Transportation. Mayor Garcetti stole her from San Francisco after she helped turn that city into a cyclists' paradise while also shortening car commute times


Zero-Car Families On The Rise

October 14th, 2013 | by Christopher DeMorro

Twenty years ago, raising a family in America without access to a car was all but unheard of as cheap gas and a fully-functioning interstate system made road travel fast and easy. These days a host of alternatives to driving makes car ownership increasingly optional, and the trend is spreading among young people who find smartphones more affordable than automobiles



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