Metro Investment Report

April 23, 2007

OCTA ‘Also' Advocates for Collaborative Regional Goods Movement Agenda

Orange County joins the regional effort to improve the flow of goods and mitigate the environmental impacts of L.A.'s biggest industry.

April 23, 2007

Ailing & Fragile, Bay-Delta Infrastructure Looms Large as Californians Debate State Water Policy

Two dams and the near-mythical Peripheral Canal ease on to the stage as the Bay-Delta suffers, according to Tom Graff.

April 23, 2007

Los Angeles Mayor Villaraigosa's Ambitious Green City Agenda Is Sprouting

Deputy Mayor Nancy Sutley outlines the city of Los Angeles' efforts to green its local environment and combat global climate change.

April 23, 2007

L.A. Harbor Commissioner Freeman Presides Over Efforts to ‘Clean the Place Up'

Veteran public administrator and longtime environmentalist S. David Freeman leads the charge to clean, and grow, the Port of L.A.

March 19, 2007

California Transportation Commission Allocates $4.5 Billion in Discretionary Prop 1B Bond Funds

John Barna sheds light on how the CTC decided to disburse Prop 1B funds--and how it originally left the 405 off its list.

March 19, 2007

Beverly Hills Leaders Endorse ‘Subway to the Sea;' Recommend Alignment & Station Locations

Led by former Mayor Allen Alexander, Beverly Hills sprints to the forefront of advocacy for an extension of the Wilshire subway.

March 19, 2007

The Guard Has Changed at MWD: Environmentalist Tim Brick Is Chair

Pasadena's Tim Brick, veteran of the MWD board, brings a clean, green ethic to the leadership of Southern California's massive water agency.

March 19, 2007

Governor's Office Begins Studying Ways to Implement AB 32 & Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions

AB 32 does not heal the environment simply by fiat. It requires well crafted policies, and Dan Dunmoyer is Gov. Schwarzenegger's point man in this massive effort.

March 19, 2007

U.S. Secretary of Transportation Mary Peters Offers D.C.'s Plan to Address Goods Movement Congestion

The Bush administration expresses concern for the demands of goods movement and offers suggestions for how the region can address them.

March 19, 2007

Metro Leads Five-County Effort to Facilitate Regional Goods Movement

Metro is well known for moving people and maintaining streets, but it is also playing a major role in addressing the region's goods-movement challenges.

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