A new Metro pilot program will allow 68 street vendors to occupy space on the Westlake/MacArthur Park station plaza, where many ply their trade without permits.
The voter-approved Measure M transportation sales tax increase will fund large projects but cities with smaller populations want their share of the revenues, too.
Sunday's CivLAvia takes place between Culver City and Venice with a special focus on accessibility challenges for those with disabilities.
The state faces a $130 billion backlog for road repairs, but lawmakers have been unable to agree on how to pay for fixes. Are conditions finally right?
A citizens oversight committee drawn from Los Angeles County residents would hold the transit agency accountable for the spending of $120 billion over 40 years.
The transportation agency depends on federal money to build and run transit, but a delay of a federal grant for a Northern California rail project has rattled officials.
The governor repeated his call for major spending to shore up a deteriorating infrastructure, which has taken on more urgency with the Oroville Dam crisis and recent rains.