The success of public transit programs often relies on a small group of frequent riders.
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Research by Public Policy’s Wes Yin shows the effect of competition from national pharmaceutical chains.
Divide over environmental reforms takes center stage in L.A. City Council race.
The public is thirsty for authenticity, and that can be more powerful than prominent backers.
Niche products such as three-wheeled scooters and two-passenger e-bikes will soon be on the scene, he says.
American Sociological Association honors book about the rise of policing as immigration enforcement.
Demand for roads on the region’s fringes is tied to L.A.’s affordable housing crisis, the ITS director says.
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.