Tuesday, February 19

transit_map_graphic-01

Plans for Sepulveda Pass rail station near UCLA are en route for completion by 2035

Los Angeles Metro representatives discussed plans to launch a station on UCLA’s campus for a proposed rail line at a community meeting Wednesday. Metro discussed the feasibility of different transportation concepts for the Sepulveda Transit Corridor Project, a proposed rail line intended to connect the San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles International Airport and the Westside. Read more...

transit_map_graphic-01

The Agora is a proposed 16-story housing project on Hilgard Avenue. It has faced opposition from multiple community organizations for traffic and lack of affordable housing. (Courtesy of Aaron Green)

Westwood groups oppose student high-rise project, cite planning discrepancies

This post was updated Feb. 1 at 1:22 p.m. Westwood community members oppose a proposed housing project because they think it will replace existing affordable housing and cause traffic congestion. Read more...

Photo: The Agora is a proposed 16-story housing project on Hilgard Avenue. It has faced opposition from multiple community organizations for traffic and lack of affordable housing. (Courtesy of Aaron Green)

The Agora is a proposed 16-story housing project on Hilgard Avenue. It has faced opposition from multiple community organizations for traffic and lack of affordable housing. (Courtesy of Aaron Green)

The Metro Board of Directors proposed implementing a congestion pricing policy that would charge drivers in the most traffic-dense areas of Los Angeles. (Elise Tsai/Daily Bruin)

Proposed congestion pricing would fund transport projects for 2028 Olympic Games

Los Angeles Metro is considering charging drivers for using LA roadways during peak traffic hours. The Metro Board of Directors proposed implementing a congestion pricing policy at their January meeting. Read more...

Photo: The Metro Board of Directors proposed implementing a congestion pricing policy that would charge drivers in the most traffic-dense areas of Los Angeles. (Elise Tsai/Daily Bruin)

The Metro Board of Directors proposed implementing a congestion pricing policy that would charge drivers in the most traffic-dense areas of Los Angeles. (Elise Tsai/Daily Bruin)



(Left to right) Andrew Lewis, Lindsay Carlson, David Bocarlsy and Naomi Goldman are all UCLA alumni running for the running for Assembly District 54 delegate positions with the California Democratic Party. (Daily Bruin staff)

Five former Bruins set to run for upcoming Assembly District 54 delegate election

Five UCLA alumni are running for Assembly District 54 delegate positions with the California Democratic Party. Andrew Lewis, Lindsay Carlson, Isaac Bryan, Naomi Goldman and David Bocarsly are all candidates on the Grassroots Progressives slate, which endorses nine other candidates. Read more...

Photo: (Left to right) Andrew Lewis, Lindsay Carlson, David Bocarlsy and Naomi Goldman are all UCLA alumni running for the running for Assembly District 54 delegate positions with the California Democratic Party. (Daily Bruin staff)

(Left to right) Andrew Lewis, Lindsay Carlson, David Bocarlsy and Naomi Goldman are all UCLA alumni running for the running for Assembly District 54 delegate positions with the California Democratic Party. (Daily Bruin staff)