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L.A. Urbanized: The Impact of the LA 3.0 Revolution
"...an increasingly dense Downtown can play host to a denser set of high-value businesses, with the efficient economies of scale that come with such clustering."
By Jason Lopata
Downtown Apartment Glut Provides Lesson on Supply and Demand
By Steven Sharp
Public-Private Partnerships Could Accelerate Three Measure M Projects
By Steven Sharp
Gold Line Extension Could Lead to Closure of Claremont Metrolink Station
By Steven Sharp
Here are the Transit Oriented Communities Guidelines
By Steven Sharp
What's Behind L.A. Metro Rail's High Operating Costs?
By Alon Levy
Forbidden City: How Los Angeles Banned Some of its Most Popular Buildings
By Mark Vallianatos
Planning Department Pushes to Streamline Permanent Supportive Housing Production
By Steven Sharp
L.A. County May Pursue Pilot Program to Spur Granny Flats
By Steven Sharp
L.A.’s Olympics Deal Probably Doesn’t Mean Much for Los Angeles Transit
By Scott Frazier
Los Angeles Should Ignore Elon Musk and Build Subway Tunnels to Relieve Traffic
By Alon Levy
Olympics Returning to Los Angeles in 2024 or 2028
By Steven Sharp
Reviewing Metro’s New Local Return Floor Alternatives
By Scott Frazier
L.A. appears to be on track for the 2028 Summer Olympics
By Steven Sharp
How Los Angeles can maximize the value of the Union Station run-through tracks
By Alon Levy
What Could a Blue Line Express Look Like?
By Scott Frazier
New Report Indicates Poor Parking Policy Hinders Housing Supply in L.A.
By Steven Sharp
L.A. City Council Approves Ordinance to Legalize Unpermitted Apartments
By Steven Sharp
Elon Musk's Tunneling Plan is No Solution for Traffic Congestion
By Steven Sharp
Proposed Working Group Would Facilitate Revitalization for L.A. River Tributaries
By Steven Sharp
Revised Look for Metro's Subway Cars of the Future
By Steven Sharp