With only two weeks left before the comment period closes, we continue to garner thoughts from those working along the river on how this could affect Los Angeles.
At a meeting set up with city council to discuss greenlighting a study that would determine how much RACDB's proposal could cost the city, they were presented with half-baked estim
Comments given at the public presentation were all in support of the more-than-$1-billion option.
Over 3,000 people participated in this summer's pilot recreational zone in the Glendale Narrows section of the L.A. River.
As the ARBOR study continues to be scrutinized by the public, more river-related events have popped up, perhaps in an effort to open more eyes to this historic waterway.
We asked a few advocates what their thoughts are on the study and how it would affect the future of the river.
Until now, there has never been a comprehensive and continuous monitoring of the Los Angeles River watershed that would tell us definitively if we're doing a good job at keeping ou
Bike lanes that appeared in the approved 2010 Bicycle Master Plan are nowhere to be found in the planned improvements. But many speak favorably of the planned work.