Case Studies & Examples / Transit

“Crenshaw Line Has Broken Ground, Will Have Underground Stations and Crenshaw Plaza Access”

Thursday, July 19, 2012, by Neal Broverman Robert Ball, the project manager for the Crenshaw Line light rail project, stopped by a recent meeting of the Transit Coalition advocacy group and, according to their newsletter, had lots of juicy details on the project, which will connect the Green Line to the Expo Line (and hopefully get riders to LAX, likely … Continue reading

Case Studies & Examples / Transit

“Keeping With Tradition, Suit Filed Against Rail Line”

Thursday, October 27, 2011, by Neal Broverman Activist Damien Goodmon, the perennial bother stuck in Metro’s craw, has made good on his threat to sue the agency for the planned LAX-adjacent Crenshaw Line, the Los Angeles Times reports. Many of his complaints relate to the California Environmental Quality Act, specifically whether or not Metro considered enough alternatives for the … Continue reading