Demand for roads on the region’s fringes is tied to L.A.’s affordable housing crisis, the ITS director says.
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Eliminating minimum parking requirements from new residential construction in downtown L.A. is “absolutely necessary,” he says.
Young children must be taught to share reports of troubling behavior and reject racism, hatred and violence, he says.
Developers are cast as affordable housing “villains” but will also need to play a role in any solution.
In the wake of mass shootings, he calls for a unified, national approach to “this major, urgent public health problem.”
“For a lot of people in the United States there is a deep skepticism of government,” and that creates a hurdle to the single-payer option, he says.
Compared to walking, biking or taking a bus, scooters are not as eco-friendly as they may seem, researchers find.
“We’re definitely at a time more tenant protection in California is necessary,” he says.
City seeks ways to make every neighborhood share responsibility for meeting affordable housing goals.
Voters were attracted by the promise of jobs, better roads and easier driving — but changing the area’s car culture was not part of the pitch.