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The Commute: The Worst Day and Time to Drive on Every Los Angeles Freeway

Image via Eric Demarcq / Curbed LA flickr pool If the stereotypes of Saturday Night Live's mock soap opera The Californians are real, Angelenos are obsessed with discussing in detail the best ways to get around town. To do...

Los Angeles Things: How and Why the Los Angeles Metro Logo Got Its Notch

Image via Michael Reilly / Curbed LA flickr pool Before it had the logo we all know today, the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (aka Metro) used a graphic that looked a lot like the one Washington DC's...

Angels Flight's Demons: Angels Flight Raising Cash for Tiny Railyway's Pricey Reopening

Image via Veronica Jauriqui / Curbed LA flickr pool Bunker Hill's beloved little funicular Angels Flight has been shuttered since a 2013 derailment (which happened right after another safety-related shutdown), but momentum's finally gathering to open it up again....

Ride to the Airport: Uber and Lyft Are Now Cleared to Make Pick-Ups at LAX

Image via Patrick / Curbed LA flickr pool Uber, Lyft, and other ride-hailing services that are just like taxis but without all that pesky regulation are cleared for pick-ups at LAX, making Los Angeles the biggest city in the...

Bikeification: West Hollywood's Bike Share Program Could Bring Hubs to the Grove and Hollywood & Highland

Image via Eric Demarcq / Curbed LA flickr pool The first bike share program in Los Angeles County just got up and running in Santa Monica, Metro's bike share is coming to Downtown LA next year (it will expand...

Ride to the Airport: LA City Councilmembers Losing Fight to Regulate Uber and Lyft

Image via Patrick / Curbed LA flickr pool Just when it seemed that LA City Council would be putting its foot down to stop ride-hailing services like Uber and Lyft from picking up passengers at the airport—that last bastion...

Trash Talk: Los Angeles Just Isn't Picking Up Trash in Poor Neighborhoods

Image via Ape Flavored / Curbed LA flickr pool The illegal dumping of stuff like furniture, tires, and old toys in alleys and on sidewalks is an issue all over Los Angeles (as is general trashfulness), but the way...

Neighorhood Watch: Los Angeles is Thinking About Making its Civic Center Into a Real Neighborhood

Image via Howard F. / Curbed LA flickr pool The debate over what to do with the the Parker Center, the famous former LAPD headquarters building, (Raze it? Save part or all of it?) is still dragging on and...

LA River Rising: Frank Gehry Wants to Incorporate All That Concrete Into His LA River Revitalization Plan

Image via Tom Andrews / Curbed LA flickr pool Last week, it was announced that starchitect Frank Gehry has been working for months on his own version of a plan to revitalize the entire LA River, 51 miles from...

Mindblowing: Whoa: Frank Gehry's Working on a Master Plan to Revitalize the LA River

Image via Andriana Baker / Curbed LA flickr pool The LA River's in line to get a billion-dollar makeover on part of the waterway, but now it appears that the driving vision behind the eventual, inevitable overhaul for the...

State O' the Market: Downtown's Switch From Workplace to Living Space

Image via RGT / Curbed LA flickr pool Most Angelenos can probably remember that not too long ago, Downtown was a just place to work—a place where businesses closed up by 5 p.m. and the streets were virtually deserted...

Unaffordable Housing: LA County is the Nation's Most Unaffordable Place to Buy a House, Says Study

Image via Michael Locke / Curbed LA flickr pool The LA metro area has record low numbers of homeowners, but it's not Anaheim that's pulling us down. A new UCLA study has confirmed what many California homebuyers have long...

Neighbor Vs. Nature: Rancho Palos Verdes is Desperate to Rein in Its Booming Peafowl Populace

Image via Howard F. / Curbed LA flickr pool The peafowl of the Palos Verdes peninsula have been around since the 1920s, but in recent years, they've become so plentiful that they've become an enormous nuisance to many residents....

Stadium Wars: The Coliseum is the Only Venue That Definitely Wants to Host the NFL

Image via Sterling Davis / Curbed LA flickr pool The NFL has two decent chances to return to Los Angeles via competing plans for stadiums in Carson (the Chargers and Raiders) and Inglewood (the Rams), but a key part...

Landlording: LA Councilman Wants to Pay Some Landlords to Keep Their Rents Affordable

Photo by King of the Hill / Curbed LA flickr pool A rallying cry of "build, baby, build!" has, for many developers and politicians, become the go-to solution for the great Los Angeles housing crunch. Councilman Gil Cedillo is...

Facts & Figures: Los Angeles Building Way More Housing, But Not Nearly Enough

Image via Sterling Davis / Curbed LA flickr pool When it comes to making sense of why housing in Los Angeles is so damn expensive, many point first at the lack of new units being built. (The disparity between...

Ride to the Airport: Powerful LA City Council Wants to Halt Plan to Let Uber and Lyft Make Pick-Ups at LAX

Image via Patrick / Curbed LA flickr pool Just a couple weeks ago, LAX's Board of Airport Commissioners approved a plan to allow ride-hailing services like Uber and Lyft to pick up passengers at the airport, just like a...

Sidewalk Wars: Finally, Los Angeles Construction Sites Will Have to Keep Sidewalks Open

Image via Hunter Kerhart / Curbed LA flickr pool As Downtown Los Angeles becomes a home and hangout for more and more people, and a hotbed of building for more and more developers, the stream of sidewalk closures that...

Word on the Street: 73 Percent of Roads in Los Angeles Are in Bad Shape

Image via Eric Demarcq / Curbed LA flickr pool We know, we know—Los Angeles's streets are messed up. Outsiders have said it and the city has 'fessed up too. But the hits keep coming, like this one: of the...

Ride to the Airport: Uber and Lyft Will be Allowed to Pick Up Travelers at LAX

Image via Patrick / Curbed LA flickr pool Mayor Eric Garcetti promised in his State of the City speech in April that, by the summer, unofficial taxi companies like Uber and Lyft would be allowed to pick up passengers...

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