Carpool incentives have proven ineffective. New freeways would reduce traffic and boost the economy.
In my first column this semester, I wrote about the frustration I felt hearing the “Beat L.A.” chant at a Kings game. If there’s anything I want people to get out of this column, it’s that they should give this city a real chance. Especially for new transplants, Los Angeles can feel overwhelming at first. […]
Drivers can inhale dangerous chemicals from the road while driving for a long time.
Though the lanes could reduce traffic, some believe prices will be too high for students.
The Los Angeles City Council unanimously approved Friday the plans to build a $1.2 billion NFL stadium in Downtown, in turn reaffirming the city’s desire to once again have a professional football team, according to the Los Angeles Times. If all goes as planned, Farmers Field would open in 2017. The council approved the plan […]
Traffic. Even as the source of many Angelenos’ collective frustration, it surprisingly provides the only time we get to sit in one place. And when we get stuck bumper-to-bumper, we try to find other modes of entertainment. If we simply sit in the car and let our eyes roam, they will undoubtedly fall on the […]
USC students are no strangers to traffic. We live in the middle of Los Angeles, within short distance of two major freeways; traffic is almost inescapable. On a Friday afternoon, the freeways look like two blankets of lights: one red and one white, slowly moving in opposite directions. For this reason, delays because of construction […]
The Metro Exposition line will start at 7th and Figueroa Streets and will end in Culver City.
The Environmental Health and Safety Department wants to decrease traffic on campus.
Parts of Vermont Avenue and Figueroa Street will be closed off