Corporate retailers and the American ghetto: a successful combination?
Jan 11, 2006 The Next American City
Governor Schwarzenegger's new strategic growth plan does not include any funding for the ambitious 700-mile route.
Jan 10, 2006 The Sacramento Bee
Gail Goldberg, head of San Diego's planning department, will become the General Manager of the Los Angeles City Planning Department, replacing Con Howe, who departed months ago.
Jan 9, 2006 The Los Angeles Times
Nearly 100 years after the city's devastating 1906 earthquake, San Francisco's architecture still leaves it particularly vulnerable to another temblor.
Jan 8, 2006 The Los Angeles Times
California Governor Schwarzenegger's bold new infrastructure plan would spend $222 billion over the next decade, but doesn't include even 'one thin dime' for mass transit within cities.
Jan 7, 2006 The Los Angeles Times
LA's planning department plans to hire 20 staffers to push through a backlog of new housing projects and help advance revitalization efforts for the Los Angeles River.
Jan 7, 2006 Los Angeles Downtown News
California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger will propose adding special toll lanes -- some exclusively for trucks -- to the state's most congested freeways and easing environmental reviews to speed construction.
Jan 6, 2006 The Los Angeles Times
California's Governor wants to borrow billions for infrastructure spending. Where's the plan, asks Rick Cole, city manager of Ventura, California.
Jan 4, 2006 The Los Angeles Times
San Diego has built apartments close to services to help keep homeless off the streets.
Jan 4, 2006 The Christian Science Monitor
Researchers at UC Berkeley determine that Los Angeles' new Orange busway has reduced traffic on the 101 Freeway, although in such a small amount that most commuters have not noticed.
Jan 3, 2006 The Los Angeles Times