The city’s measured approach “can demonstrate to other parts of Southern California what might be possible,” he says.
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Institute of Transportation Studies director says the solution to chronic congestion probably does not lie in freeway expansion.
Proposal to build facility should ensure that water will remain affordable for the region’s working-class residents, he argues.
Los Angeles is launching a feasibility study on the traffic-reducing strategy.
Low savings rates and long life expectancy will create a ‘perfect storm’ of precarious living conditions, he predicts.
Residents and business owners mobilizing against gentrification have credibility but also a steep financial challenge, he says.
SCAG has voted to replace the original plan, which relied on population projections and rewarded cities that have historically resisted new housing.
He speaks to Architectural Digest about Apple’s plan to invest $2.5 billion to address California’s housing crisis.
City and county governments that have succeeded in becoming 100% carbon-free can light the way for the rest of the country, they write.
Adding capacity to roads and freeways simply attracts more drivers, he says.