Councilmember Wendy Greuel represents Council District 2 in the City of Los Angeles, stretching from Sunland-Tujunga, through the heart of the Valley, to the 101/405 interchange. As the custodian of such a vast swath of L.A. real estate, she knows firsthand the challenges facing the cityâ€™s commuting public, and as chair of the City Councilâ€™s Transportation Committee, Councilmember Greuel is helping to lead the cityâ€™s efforts to combat traffic and increase mobility.
Solutions to L.A.â€™s traffic problems are not limited to grand subway plans, freeway expansion, or even the highly successful Orange Line busway. They also depend on small short-term fixes such as synchronizing traffic lights and limiting construction crewsâ€™ work hours. Metro Investment report presents an exclusive interview with Councilwoman Greuel in which she explains her and the cityâ€™s long- and short-term strategies for improving mobility.
Thanks to David Abel