On the heels of discovering Long Beach’s perturbing rent ...On July 27, 2016 / By Brian Addison
Where is California’s most concentrated bike lane network? Long Beach? Davis? San Francisco? Santa Barbara? San Luis Obispo?
How about Wilmington?
Wilmington is a neighborhood in the city of Los ...On September 16, 2014 / By Joe Linton
In this photo essay, we will explore the Foothill Gold Line’s magnificent Maintenance and Operations (M&O) Facility, currently under construction in Monrovia.
Earlier this week, Streetsblog’s Damien Newton and Aviv ...On July 2, 2014 / By Stephanie Libanati
Last month, Aviv Kleinman and Damien Newton of Streetsblog joined a behind-the-scenes tour of the Gold Line Foothill Extension under construction in the San Gabriel Valley. We joined Albert Ho, head ...On July 2, 2014 / By Stephanie Libanati
In the midst of California’s state budget negotiations, the legislature must separately decide how to spend the state’s cap-and-trade revenue, be it on public transit, high-speed rail, affordable housing ...On June 26, 2014 / By Damien Newton
Several labor and social justice organizations—thirteen to be exact—called on the three public agencies engaged with bus manufacturer BYD Motors to boycott their engagement while protesting in front ...On December 10, 2013 / By Brian Addison
Back in April, former director of Long Beach Park, Recreation & Marine Phil Hester sat in front of a bunch of urbanerds and bicyclists, pedestrian-oriented folks and designers, ...On December 10, 2013 / By Brian Addison
Contemporary. Hip. Accessible. Vibrant. Artistic.
These are usually not the words associated with affordable housing, let alone senior affordable housing. But that is precisely what Studio One Eleven aimed ...On December 10, 2013 / By Brian Addison
A handful of folk—some environmental experts, some local health advocates, some urban designers, some regular ol’ citizens—stood in the Century Villages at Cabrillo, a small neighborhood lining the ...On December 9, 2013 / By Brian Addison
Following an Associated Press article that was syndicated nationally by multiple outlets, the coast of California—particularly ——became the center of attention in regard to a controversial practice: fracking.
Fracking—also known ...On December 9, 2013 / By Brian Addison
Contrary to common myth, not all advocacy websites want to discuss the plight of humanity’s inability to catch up with itself, despite my last two Streetsblog stories serving ...On December 9, 2013 / By Brian Addison