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  • Metro to repair cracks in support for Gold Line freeway overpass

    Metro to repair cracks in support for Gold Line freeway overpass
    A concrete support for a Metro Gold Line bridge that spans the 101 Freeway in downtown Los Angeles has "visible cracks" and will be repaired, transportation officials told The Times on Monday. The damage is cosmetic and does not put Gold Line passengers...
  • Authors D-G

       - Return to other listings Jane Dailey Jane Dailey is a professor of American history at the University of Chicago and the Law School. She has published extensively on the history and law of race in the United States since the Civil War. Bill...
  • Ashley Dunn - Assistant Managing Editor, California

    Ashley Dunn - Assistant Managing Editor, California
    Ashley Dunn was named assistant managing editor in charge of California news in March 2011. He oversees the Los Angeles Times' largest group of editors and reporters, who cover the length and breadth of the state. The staff has won numerous awards,...
  • Westside subway neighbors worried about nighttime construction noise

    Westside subway neighbors worried about nighttime construction noise
    No tunnel has yet been bored. No station has been built. Not a single track has been laid. But even the most preliminary work on the long-awaited Westside subway appears to be rousing the latent forces of Not in My Back Yard. In Windsor Village, a...
  • Transportation advocates back half-cent sales tax hike

    Transportation advocates back half-cent sales tax hike
    Hoping to garner voter and political support across Los Angeles County for a possible half-cent sales tax increase, transportation advocates gathered downtown Friday to unveil a proposal for a 2016 ballot measure that could fund a range of new transit...
  • Sepulveda Pass toll road or rail line possible under new tax plan

    Sepulveda Pass toll road or rail line possible under new tax plan
    Los Angeles County voters could be asked in 2016 to fund a variety of transportation projects, including new rail lines and possibly a toll highway and rail line through the Sepulveda Pass. The tax proposal, announced by the advocacy group Move L.A.,...
  • Transit riders assail proposed Metro fare hike at public hearing

    Transit riders assail proposed Metro fare hike at public hearing
    During a packed and sometimes tense four-hour public hearing Saturday, Los Angeles County transportation officials heard a litany of complaints from transit riders who said a proposed Metro fare hike would strain the budgets of students and working-...
  • Henry Fuhrmann - Assistant Managing Editor, Copy Desks and Standards

    Henry Fuhrmann - Assistant Managing Editor, Copy Desks and Standards
    Henry Fuhrmann is assistant managing editor for the copy desks and standards at the Los Angeles Times.  Since joining The Times in 1990, Fuhrmann has worked across the newsroom as an editor on the Metro, Foreign, Calendar and Business desks. He served as...
  • L.A. could clash with L.A. County on transit tax measures

    L.A. could clash with L.A. County on transit tax measures
    A plan for increasing the sales tax to fix Los Angeles' broken streets is on a collision course with a similar levy being pushed for regional transit projects. Two weeks ago, the top budget advisor to the Los Angeles City Council said a tax increase...
  • A tunnel under Sepulveda Pass? It might be yours for 25 cents a day

    A tunnel under Sepulveda Pass? It might be yours for 25 cents a day
    Having experienced the misery of commuting from the San Fernando Valley to Santa Monica, my ears always perk up when someone mentions building some kind of rapid transit through the Sepulveda Pass. There have been ideas floated, but the magnitude of the...
  • Letters: Gridlocking L.A. for better transit

    Letters: Gridlocking L.A. for better transit
    Re "Nightmare scenario?," March 29 Metro's plans to tear up parts of Wilshire and Santa Monica boulevards, along with surrounding streets, will cause extraordinary around-the-clock disruption to countless residents and drivers. Imagine intersections...