With active modes of transportation on the rise in L.A. and across the United States, the public health lens must be taken into account when planning the future of transportation i
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."
The Long Beach Freeway has become the country's most important -- although clogged -- economic artery, in the vascular system of American capitalism.
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
Entrepreneurs built summit resort camps in the San Gabriel Mountains to lure the throngs of weekend trekkers into an unforgettable overnight stay.
The impending Metro Station has brought unexpected changes to Leimert Park with increased rents threatening local businesses and longtime cultural spaces such as the World Stage.