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Santa Monica Mountains for All: Expanding the Largest Urban National Park for Green Justice

Santa Monica Mountains for All: Expanding the Largest Urban National Park for Green Justice

The Santa Monica Mountains are L.A.'s backyard, but for children of color living in poverty with no access to a car, they may as well be worlds away.
Exploring the Course of the Future Metro Crenshaw Line

Exploring the Course of the Future Metro Crenshaw Line

For this auto-less adventure, I decided to explore a train line that doesn't yet exist.
Just Transportation: Is Los Angeles Making Progress on Transit for All?

Just Transportation: Is Los Angeles Making Progress on Transit for All?

Does spending more money on rail over bus represent progress?
Silver Line Stroll from Union Station to El Monte

Silver Line Stroll from Union Station to El Monte

The least-known Metro transit line can take you to unexpected places deep into the San Gabriel Valley.
My Way Or The Highway: Why Mega-Roads Rule The City

My Way Or The Highway: Why Mega-Roads Rule The City

In the rush to grab all the newly available transportation dollars, cities such as Los Angeles made a Faustian bargain.
Immigrant Workforce Art Spends Weekend in Park

Immigrant Workforce Art Spends Weekend in Park

Eighteen or so cardboard figures were seen lingering at Belvedere Park in East Los Angeles as part of "Meet Me at the Metro" art program.