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The site offers residents and municipal employees alike information on when road projects are happening, Governing reports.
The link would shorten what is currently more than a four hour drive into an 80-minute trip, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Some residents worry about a traffic nightmare as Mayor Eric Garcetti pushes car alternatives, the New York Times reports.
The small plastic balls float on the surface, protecting water quality and preventing evaporation, the New York Times reports.
The first-of-its-kind initiative would introduce fleets of shared electric vehicles into disadvantaged neighborhoods, the Shared-Use Mobility Center says.
Los Angeles will increase its minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2020 in an effort to lift 600,000 out of poverty, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Los Angeles lacks the vast network of shelters available elsewhere, forcing the homeless to live on sidewalks or in cars or tents, the New York Times reports.
There was no love for bottled water on the city’s inaugural Tap Water Day, Gizmodo reports.
Electric and fuel-cell vehicles could account for 20 percent of the U. S. bus market by 2030, National Geographic reports.
Rather than allow rainwater to drain out of Los Angeles, some urban planners want the city to collect it for reuse by homes, businesses and agriculture, NPR reports.
A desire to diversify outside home markets has sparked a flood of real estate investment in U. S. cities, the Wall Street Journal says.
The Los Angeles Neighborhood Land Trust works with low-income communities to transform underused parcels into community gardens and recreation zones, according to Seedstock.
The new fund will support creative ideas developed by city workers and departments that could save money or make it more efficient, Government Technology reports.
Eric Garcetti’s #Droughthack campaign aims to share ideas for saving water during a record drought.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti is spearheading voluntary and mandatory water restrictions in response to a record drought, Reuters reports.
An electrified highway to be tested in Los Angeles could serve as a blueprint for cleaner transport in other cities, CityLab reports.
The air in Los Angeles is less polluted than the 74 major Chinese cities monitored by authorities, the Los Angeles Times reports.
To promote a data-driven culture of innovation, Los Angeles has appointed Abhi Nemani as chief data officer, the Office of L. A. Mayor Eric Garcetti announced.
Critics question whether Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has the vision to tackle the sprawling city’s thorniest challenges, Governing reports.
Writing in Streetsblog LA, a Los Angeles-based transit consultant recommends the city not just expand its rail network.