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  • Don't blame the signal placements

    Don't blame the signal placements
    In a Dec. 26 article about signal gaps and the Chatsworth collision, the locations of the signals are clear from your map, yet your "experts" draw the wrong conclusions. All of the signals shown on your diagram can display various colors or aspects...
  • L.A.'s long-term commute

    Today, Gordon and Reed discuss what transportation projects L.A. officials ought to pursue over the long term. Previously, they debated the MTA's plan to convert some carpool lanes into toll lanes, the slow pace of building transit projects in Los...
  • Schwarzenegger Quietly Quashed Effort To Improve Commuter Rails

    Schwarzenegger Quietly Quashed Effort To Improve Commuter Rails
    Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger quietly spiked an effort last month to win $1.1 billion in federal high-speed rail stimulus funds for 29 projects to improve the safety, speed and capacity of heavily traveled commuter corridors through Southern California....
  • SoCal Company's Big Business: Plus-Sized Toilet Seats

    SoCal Company's Big Business: Plus-Sized Toilet Seats
    CHATSWORTH, Calif. -- A Chatsworth-based company has found big business in big toilet seats. Big John Toilet Seat & Support caters to the larger crowd, offering toilet seats that are 19 inches wide and 2 inches taller than the standard seat, which...
  • Ground Broken on $215M Metro Orange Line Extension

    Ground Broken on $215M Metro Orange Line Extension
    LOS ANGELES -- Local leaders including Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa were on hand Wednesday for the ground breaking on the Metro Orange Line extension project. The $215.6-million undertaking will be funded by the new-voter approved Measure R half-cent...
  • Michael Jackson Memorial: Street Closures

    Michael Jackson Memorial:  Street Closures
    LOS ANGELES -- Officials are warning those who are not attending Michael Jackson's public memorial at Staples Center to avoid the downtown Los Angeles area. Several streets around Staples Center will be closed for the tribute, and folks who rely on the...
  • Firefighter Union Mailer Ignites Controversy

    Firefighter Union Mailer Ignites Controversy
    LOS ANGELES -- The Los Angeles mayor is criticizing the city's firefighter union for a mailer linking the deadly Metrolink train crash to budget cuts at the Fire Department. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa sent an e-mail announcement on Friday calling the...
  • Mayor Calls Firefighter Mailer "Offensive"

    Mayor Calls Firefighter Mailer "Offensive"
    LOS ANGELES -- Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa is denouncing the Los Angeles Firefighter union for a mailer linking the deadly Metrolink train crash to budget cuts at the L.A. Fire Department. Mayor Villaraigosa sent an e-mail announcement on Friday calling...
  • Metrolink Victims Honored on Anniversary of Crash

    Metrolink Victims Honored on Anniversary of Crash
    CHATSWORTH -- Passengers who were killed or injured in last year's Metrolink train crash will be remembered Saturday at two memorial services to mark the one year anniversary of the tragedy. The first memorial took place at 9:30 a.m. on the south end...
  • Sismo de 5.4 grados sacude a Los Ángeles

    Sismo de 5.4 grados sacude a Los Ángeles
    Un temblor de 5.4 grados de magnitud en la escala de Richter le recordó ayer a los residentes de Los Ángeles y de otros puntos del Sur de California que se encuentran viviendo en una zona de terremotos. El sismo causó pocos daños materiales pero provocó...
  • Obama's stimulus spurs lobbying frenzy

     
    by James Oliphant and Richard Simon Since President-elect Barack Obama laid out plans for the largest injection of federal spending into the economy since the New Deal, just about everyone has started angling for a piece of the action. With......