On Tuesday evening, the Beverly Hills City Council unanimously shot down a request by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) to permit work during the holiday moratorium.
Representatives of a company that makes digital rooftop advertising for taxi and rideshare employees sounded off Monday on a Los Angeles City Council committee's support for a motion to ban the devices, saying such a move would impact the pocketbooks of drivers who are already struggling to make ends meet.
The long-touted dream of a high-speed rail line connecting San Diego and Los Angeles with the Bay Area was put on hold Tuesday, with Gov. Gavin Newsom saying that while he respects the idea, the project needs a major reevaluation.
Beverly Hills Unified School District is getting help from a rather unlikely source–Indiana.
Beverly Hills Unified School District (BHUSD) students have no intention of slowing down on their push to get President Donald Trump to stop the L.A. County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) from running a subway tunnel under Beverly Hills High School (BHHS).
With billions of dollars set to flow into its coffers over the coming decades, leaders of Metro painted a rosy and optimistic future for the agency and for transportation in Los Angeles County Wednesday at an annual State of the Agency Report event at Union Station in downtown.
In a press release Wednesday evening, the City of Beverly Hills responded to a letter from Beverly Hills Unified School District (BHUSD) Superintendent Dr. Michael Bregy, in which he outlined their ongoing concerns over the planned Metro Purple Line Extension beneath the bungalows at Beverly Hills High School.
A Complete Streets workshop featured about two hours of discussion on the community's expectations for the future of streets in Beverly Hills.
Ground was officially broken Wednesday to mark the formal start of construction of Ivy Station, a $350 million development at the Culver City Metro stop.
The City will host a meeting on the Metro Purple Line Extension 6:30-8 p.m. October 11 in the Municipal Room at City Hall, 2nd Floor, 455 N. Rexford Drive.