Southern California Association of Governments


Mobility 21 in 2013: Garcetti, Kelly, Planners on Millennials & Boomers Seeking Walkable Urban Lifestyle

More than 1,000 business, transportation and elected leaders attended the 2013 Mobility 21 Southern California Transportation Summit held October 29 at L.A. Live. The annual conference addresses challenges and opportunities facing Southern California‚Äôs infrastructure. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti was in Washington, D.C. to lobby for federal transportation funds, but […]

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Smogtown

Smogtown:
The Lung-Burning History of Pollution in Los Angeles
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by Chip Jacobs and William J. Kelly Overlook Press, 2008 Smogtown isn’t a new book, but the conflicts covered in its last chapters are still breaking news. The LA Times’ Trash talk and the real dirt on a toxic tour of Los Angeles, just featured one of Smogtown‘s history makers, […]


On Many Agendas: Goods Movement Projects and Plans

Goods movement is a hot topic now in Southern California, and at state and national levels. The Los Angeles City Council will vote May 8 on the Southern California International Gateway Project (SCIG), approved by the Los Angeles Board of Harbor Commissioners, but now disfavored by the Long Beach Board […]

U.S. Truck Traffic Flows 2007 - Source: USDOG

I-710 “More Lanes, More Trucks” Plan Ignores
Zero Emission Rail Alternative: Object to EIR!

I-710 plan will widen freeway, allow more trucks. Sept 28 deadline for comments.


Bike To School Day: Walk Bike Glendale Serving Balanced Road Diet, Promoting Award-Winning Plan

Walk Bike Glendale on Bike to School Day promoting Safe and Healthy Streets Plan, balanced road diet.


SCAG Plan Budgets Billions for More Freeways:
A Sustainable Communities Strategy?
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SCAG 2012 Regional Transportation Plan: more trucks, more freeways, more pollution, instead of electrified rail for goods movement.


No 710 Action Committee Urges Electrified Rail, Environmental Justice in Regional Transportation Plan 1

No 710 Action Committee urges electrified rail, environmental justice, in goods movement projects for Southern California.