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Pacoima Beautiful: Reorienting a Neighborhood That No Longer Suits Our Needs

Pacoima Beautiful: Reorienting a Neighborhood That No Longer Suits Our Needs

Nearly 20% of the people in Pacoima live in rented rooms or converted garages -- the suburban appearance shields a hidden density, where a single family house may actually be home ...
Youth Group Helps to Create a Model of L.A. Planning

Youth Group Helps to Create a Model of L.A. Planning

A youth group based in Chinatown and Lincoln Heights helped to create what the L.A. Times' editorial board called "A Model of L.A. Planning."
How L.A.'s Community Organizers are Mobilizing a Transportation Equity Agenda for All

How L.A.'s Community Organizers are Mobilizing a Transportation Equity Agenda for All

As we witness a paradigm shift in how Angelenos move through the region, it may be useful to define what we mean by "transportation equity."
A Vision for the Next Los Angeles: Transportation Equity and Just Growth

A Vision for the Next Los Angeles: Transportation Equity and Just Growth

Los Angeles is in the midst of a reinvention of sorts: from sprawl to community development, from car dependence to transit orientation, from rising inequality to a growing commitm ...
What is Your Perception of Public Transportation in Los Angeles?

What is Your Perception of Public Transportation in Los Angeles?

Los Angeles residents will have more access to public transportation in the coming years as new projects are completed, but with the new opportunities come questions of whether the ...
How CicLAvia Engaged Angelenos in the Space and Place of L.A.

How CicLAvia Engaged Angelenos in the Space and Place of L.A.

The 15-mile route celebrated Los Angeles in unique ways that allowed Angelenos to experience the geographic diversity of the city.
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