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Beverly Hills News – Southwest Beverly Hills HOA Talks Metro, Measure E

A meeting of the Southwest Beverly Hills Homeowners Association Wednesday evening at Roxbury Park proved a fertile forum to discuss issues related to accelerating Measure E bond money, school buildings, Metro plans and BHHS oil leases.

Beverly Hills News – Community Meeting On Purple Line Subway Extension Tonight At La Cienega Park

This evening at 6:30 p.m. at the La Cienega Park Community Center, the City of Beverly Hills is holding the first of two meetings to hear what residents have to say about potential impacts from construction of the La Cienega Metro Station as part of the Purple Line subway extension.

Beverly Hills News – City Council to Consider MOAs for Metro Utility Relocation

The Beverly Hills City Council will consider a Memorandum of Agreement between Metro and the City of Beverly Hills for the Utility Relocation Phase of the Westside Subway Extension at the formal meeting this evening.

Beverly Hills News – BHUSD and City of Beverly Hills File Against MTA Purple LIne Extension Approval

The Beverly Hills Unified School District and the City of Beverly Hills late Thursday filed requests for summary judgment in their lawsuits against the Federal Transit Authority (FTA), which is providing funding for the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s (Metro) Purple Line Extension project through Beverly Hills

Metro Promised $670 Million from Feds for Regional Rail Connector

A rail project expected to link far-flung corners of Los Angeles County will get $670 million as part of a promise secured from the federal government, officials announced today.

Beverly Hills News – Metro Outreach Doesn’t Reach

As required by the Beverly Hills City Council for a permit to excavate on Wilshire Boulevard, Metro staff Thursday met with businesses, residents and stakeholders to assess traffic issues and disruptions of service caused by the proposed construction of the Beverly Hills subway La Cienega Purple Line Extension Station

Transit Officials Want Residents to Abandon Cars Tomorrow & Use Public Transportation

Local transit officials want residents to ditch their cars tomorrow and instead jump on a bus, train or other mass transit option in recognition of National Dump the Pump Day

Beverly Hills News – Superior Court Judge Rules Against Beverly Hills In Metro CEQA Lawsuit

The City of Beverly Hills and Beverly Hills School District were dealt a significant blow this week when L.A. Superior Court Judge John A.

Beverly Hills News – Beverly Hills Homeowners Head Blasts Metro Lies On Subway, Council Takes Up Metro Permit Tuesday Night

The Metropolitan Transit Authority comes back to the Beverly Hills City Council Tuesday night again seeking a permit to tear up Beverly Hills streets, block access and take away parking.

Metro Promised $670 Million from Feds for Regional Rail Connector

A rail project expected to link far-flung corners of Los Angeles County will get $670 million as part of a promise secured from the federal government, officials announced today.

Beverly Hills News – Metro Outreach Doesn’t Reach

As required by the Beverly Hills City Council for a permit to excavate on Wilshire Boulevard, Metro staff Thursday met with businesses, residents and stakeholders to assess traffic issues and disruptions of service caused by the proposed construction of the Beverly Hills subway La Cienega Purple Line Extension Station

Jamzilla, an 80-Hour Closure of the I-405 Freeway, Begins Friday

Los Angeles transportation officials will deploy dozens of traffic officers and engineers to help ease congestion caused by all or part of the northbound San Diego (405) Freeway being closed through the Sepulveda Pass this weekend.

Beverly Hills News – Metro Info Meeting Friday for Wilshire Closures

In late January, the Beverly Hills City Council deferred action on two work permits requested by Metro.

Beverly Hills City Council Denies Metro Permits to Close Wilshire

In a 4-1 vote, the Beverly Hills City Council denied Metro permits that would have given residents and businesses a mere 3-day notice before interrupting fiber-optic based services and snarling traffic with closed lanes on Wilshire Blvd

City Staff, Metro Move to Close Half of Wilshire Blvd.

Beverly Hills City Council To Review All Metro Permits

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