Monday, November 19

Roughly 40 students attended the panel, which was held by Hunger Project at UCLA at the Sunset Recreation Center. Hunger Project is a student-run organization on campus that works with other nonprofit organizations to raise money and spread awareness of homelessness. (Xuxin Zhang/Daily Bruin)
Roughly 40 students attended the panel, which was held by Hunger Project at UCLA at the Sunset Recreation Center. Hunger Project is a student-run organization on campus that works with other nonprofit organizations to raise money and spread awareness of homelessness. (Xuxin Zhang/Daily Bruin)

A lawsuit filed against the City of Los Angeles says increasing density around the Expo Line would further stress emergency services because of increased demand, harming public safety. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Lawsuit filed against Expo Line densification plan cites public safety concerns

A nonprofit organization filed a lawsuit against the City of Los Angeles’ plan to densify areas in Los Angeles near Metro Expo line stations. Fix the City, a nonprofit public safety advocacy group, initiated the lawsuit to halt the Exposition Corridor Neighborhood Transit Plan, a development plan that would allow for more dense housing and businesses around Metro Expo Line stations, until adequate infrastructure is put in place for public safety. Read more...

A lawsuit filed against the City of Los Angeles says increasing density around the Expo Line would further stress emergency services because of increased demand, harming public safety. (Daily Bruin file photo)


UCPD Detective John Berkeland (left) and Lt. Scott Scheffler (right) volunteered to help with the Woolsey fire, which has affected 98,362 acres across Ventura and Los Angeles counties as of Wednesday. (Jenna Nicole Smith/Daily Bruin)
UCPD Detective John Berkeland (left) and Lt. Scott Scheffler (right) volunteered to help with the Woolsey fire, which has affected 98,362 acres across Ventura and Los Angeles counties as of Wednesday. (Jenna Nicole Smith/Daily Bruin)

The Westwood Village Improvement Association held its annual meeting in the Hammer Museum Friday and reviewed last year’s programs and services, and next year's plans for the Village. (Tess Mcmullin/Daily Bruin)
The Westwood Village Improvement Association held its annual meeting in the Hammer Museum Friday and reviewed last year’s programs and services, and next year's plans for the Village. (Tess Mcmullin/Daily Bruin)

UCLA is advising all residents to remain indoors due to poor air quality on account of the Woolsey fire, which started Thursday and has spread through Los Angeles and Ventura counties. (Andy Bao/Daily Bruin)
UCLA is advising all residents to remain indoors due to poor air quality on account of the Woolsey fire, which started Thursday and has spread through Los Angeles and Ventura counties. (Andy Bao/Daily Bruin)

Protesters Jim Smith (left), Loreen Ayer (center), and Ron Abraham (right) demonstrated at City Hall as part of a nationwide movement spanning over 900 locations. (Elise Tsai/Daily Bruin)
Protesters Jim Smith (left), Loreen Ayer (center), and Ron Abraham (right) demonstrated at City Hall as part of a nationwide movement spanning over 900 locations. (Elise Tsai/Daily Bruin)


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