Transportation

March 1, 2017

DTLA’s Angels Flight To Reopen By Labor Day Thanks To Historic P3

DTLA's Angels Flight will reopen by Labor Day in a public-private partnership. Read remarks by José Huizar, Adele Yellin, Nuria Haltiwanger, and Geoffrey Yarema.

February 28, 2017

Gov. Brown Prioritizes California’s Water and Transportation Infrastructure Spending

At a recent press conference, Governor Brown said that Californians need to "belly up to the bar and start spending money" to fund resilient, climate-smart water, transportation, and energy infrastructure.

November 29, 2016

Envisioning A Realistic 'City of Tomorrow' Mobility Ecosystem

Auto industry leaders Mark Fields (CEO and President of Ford Motors), Matt Petersen (Los Angeles Chief Sustainability Officer), and Ali Vahabzadeh (Chariot CEO) on the urban mobility future.

November 17, 2016

LA County Voters Approve Measure M: An Evergreen Tax Increase to Improve Traffic

A press conference celebrating the passage of Measure M included Eric Garcetti, Paul Krekorian, Mike Bonin, Hilda Solis, and Lindsey Horvath.

June 19, 2016

State Senator Tony Mendoza Displeased With Metro’s Expenditure Plans, Seeks Delay in Final Approval Vote

State Senator Tony Mendoza (D-Artesia) explains how southeast Los Angeles is being left behind in Metro's Expenditure Plan (Measure R2) and advocates for a delay before putting the plan on the November ballot.

May 23, 2016

Sadik-Khan’s “Street Fight” Applicability to LA’s Urban Transformative Agenda

Former NYC Transportation Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan shares some stories from her new book, StreetFight, and her insights on how to leverage political support for making our major cities more dynamic and livable.

March 25, 2016

US Secretary Foxx: Our Transit Systems Need Investment & Transformation

Anthony Foxx suggests ways for federal government to support local transportation planning and enterprise.

February 25, 2016

LA City Councilmember Ryu’s Top Priority: Constituent Engagement to Build Public Trust

Seven months after the election to represent CD4, TPR checked in on “outsider” candidate David Ryu’s transition into office.

December 21, 2015

Demand Management Technologies Revolutionizing How Urban DOTs Enhance Public Mobility

Seleta Reynolds and Ashley Hand offer their comments in light of Gabe Klein’s "Start-Up City."

July 13, 2015

New LA Metro CEO Washington Favors Public/Private Partnerships

Phillip Washington explains five mega-trends in transportation, then articulates his goals for Metro in the context of these national shifts.

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