Wednesday, November 20

A planned Metro subway expansion is making its way to Westwood along Wilshire Boulevard.  Local stakeholders expressed concern that the construction for the Purple Line Extension will obstruct customers from driving into Westwood Village, and are calling for Metro to extend a business compensation fund to the Village. (Daily Bruin file photo)
A planned Metro subway expansion is making its way to Westwood along Wilshire Boulevard.  Local stakeholders expressed concern that the construction for the Purple Line Extension will obstruct customers from driving into Westwood Village, and are calling for Metro to extend a business compensation fund to the Village. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Electric scooters have been the target of regulation since they started showing up on campus in 2018. Students who do not follow the rules may be caught up in a surge of enforcement efforts by university police. E-scooter riders must dismount in pedestrian zones, hold a driver's license and stay within bicycle lanes on the right side of the road. (Daily Bruin file photo)
Electric scooters have been the target of regulation since they started showing up on campus in 2018. Students who do not follow the rules may be caught up in a surge of enforcement efforts by university police. E-scooter riders must dismount in pedestrian zones, hold a driver's license and stay within bicycle lanes on the right side of the road. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Vince Bertoni, director of planning, talked about how climate change may affect city planning. Bertoni served as the keynote speaker of the Westwood Village Improvement Association annual meeting Thursday. LA city councilmember Paul Koretz also spoke at the meeting.
Vince Bertoni, director of planning, talked about how climate change may affect city planning. Bertoni served as the keynote speaker of the Westwood Village Improvement Association annual meeting Thursday. LA city councilmember Paul Koretz also spoke at the meeting.

Instead of calling an Uber or Lyft to the terminals, travelers must now board an LAX-it shuttle or walk to a lot where they can be picked up by ride-hailing services. Some travelers reported wait times of up to 90 minutes during peak hours. 
(Amy Zhang/Daily Bruin senior staff)
Instead of calling an Uber or Lyft to the terminals, travelers must now board an LAX-it shuttle or walk to a lot where they can be picked up by ride-hailing services. Some travelers reported wait times of up to 90 minutes during peak hours. 
(Amy Zhang/Daily Bruin senior staff)