Two elements of Downtown megadevelopment near LA Live that the planning commission had recommended be removed are now part of the plan again. The developer of the Olympia project, City Century, successfully
At 6:50 a.m., as the sun comes up, a group of riders hop onto an empty Expo Line train from the Expo/Vermont station, many securing seats. But as the travels west to Santa Monica, space becomes more scarce.
San Francisco is building more now than it has in generations. More homes, more commercial and office space, more parks, and more public spaces. At the same time, San Francisco is also very busy not building.
For the third time, the Late Night Bar Bill, officially known as Senate Bill 58, failed to pass through the California state legislature. As with the previous versions of SB 58, the law would have allowed
[What you need to know to start the day: Get New York Today in your inbox.] Installing modern subway signals along the perpetually crowded Lexington Avenue line in Manhattan. Adding elevators to 70 stations
This article has been revised to reflect the following correction: An earlier version of this article referred incorrectly to one of the manufacturers that American cities have bought subway cars from
A generic Glassell Park development that would bring hundreds of new apartments to about 5 acres of industrial land next to the 2 Freeway received a clutch approval Thursday from a city commission. The
Service on the 2.2-mile D.C. Streetcar would almost double in length and stretch across the Anacostia River to the Benning Road Metro stop under preliminary designs that the District Department of Transportation
It was only two years ago that New York City’s subway fell into such a dire crisis that Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo took the extraordinary step of declaring a state of emergency, pouring hundreds of millions
The developer behind an embattled former schoolhouse in the East Village has sought to convert the five-story property into a college dormitory for nearly two decades, but claims the de Blasio administration
The city may try to pump the brakes on the recent flurry of condo-to-rental deconversion deals. On Wednesday, the Committee on Housing and Real Estate will vote on a proposed ordinance that increases number