Planning News

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Apr 18

How Los Angeles is Adapting Urban Mobility for our Digital Age

  How Los Angeles is Adapting Urban Mobility for our Digital Age By Seleta Reynolds General Manager, LADOT _________ Los...
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Apr 18

VA looking for developer to reboot large West LA campus

  VA looking for developer to reboot large West LA campus to house homeless vets The almost 400-acre campus has...
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Mar 18

CEQA Guidelines Update and Technical Advisory – SB743

  Transportation Impacts (SB 743) - CEQA Guidelines Update and Technical Advisory After over four years of stakeholder-driven development through...
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Feb 18

The 2018 APA National Planning Conference is in April

  2018 APA National Planning Conference April 21–24, 2018, New Orleans        Register now for the 2018 National Planning...
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Feb 18

Cal Poly Pomona – Dale Prize 2018

Dale Prize 2018 - "Planning with Immigrants in Communities and Regions" The Dale Prize 2018 winners were selected. Mr. James...
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Feb 18

Mapping L.A.’s Housing Production

Mapping L.A.'s Housing Production: 1940-2016 A series of graphics produced by BuildZoom chart housing production in the Greater Los Angeles area...
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Jan 18

San Fernando Valley – Orange Line Transit Neighborhood Plan

Initial Concepts Revealed for Orange Line Transit Neighborhood Plan Last month, the Los Angeles City Planning Commission approved the proposed...
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Jan 18

The Shifting Demographics of Antelope Valley

From space, the far western portion of the Mojave Desert resembles a giant arrow pointing towards the Pacific. Flanked by...
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Jan 18

Commercial Development Increases Near Transit Hubs

Plans to expand the transit system in car-centric Los Angeles will likely have a positive impact on asking rents and...
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Dec 17

New Plans Could Reshape 19 Miles of The L.A. River

New plans could reshape 19 miles of the LA River, from Vernon to Long Beach Plans for the reinvention of...
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Dec 17

LA Conservancy will try to landmark CBS Television City

The Los Angeles Conservancy submitted an application Monday for historic-cultural monument status for CBS’s Television City, which is being shopped...
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Nov 17

Long Beach – Road Diet To Increase Peak Travel Times, Parking, Pedestrian Safety

Another Long Beach road is headed for a diet as the Long Beach City Council approved an environmental impact report...
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Nov 17

Culver City – Construction Begins for the Culver Steps Development

After four months of anticipation, Hackman Capital Partners has made it official: construction is now underway for the Culver Steps...
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Nov 17

San Diego – 1,800-Unit Mixed-Use Development to Rise Where a Gravel Mine Once Stood

The proposed 3roots San Diego is treading now familiar territory by attempting to appeal to Millennials.  Much more novel, however,...
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Nov 17

Glendale – Mulling a New Streetcar Link to Burbank

Undaunted by the protracted saga of the Downtown LA streetcar, the city of Glendale has taken another step forward on...
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Nov 17

Downtown LA – Three Developers Lay Out Visions for Angels Landing

DTLA — Yesterday evening, Downtown Los Angeles got a vision of its future. Make that, three visions, one of which...
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Oct 17

Inland Empire Economic Forecast Released At Riverside Conference

https://inlandempire.us/urban-inland-empire-californias-next-metropolis/
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Oct 17

APA California Legislative Review Presentation Available for Download

http://apalosangeles.org/apa-california-legislative-review-presentation-available-for-download/
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Oct 17

Seven-story condo project could replace 1920s Koreatown apartments

https://la.curbed.com/2017/10/29/16567342/koreatown-development-condos-apartments-demolition  
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Oct 17

Why Metrolink matters as the agency celebrates its first 25 years

http://thesource.metro.net/2017/10/27/why-metrolink-matters-as-the-agency-celebrates-its-first-25-years/
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