Dan Sturges

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Transportation futurist, designer and member of the US Transportation Research Board; adjunct professor of transportation design at College for Creative Studies in Detroit

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The long-awaited Expo Line extension to Santa Monica opens this weekend.

Expo Line and Hyperloop

The long-awaited Expo Line extension to Santa Monica opens this weekend.

from Design and Architecture

Since 2007, a company called XpressWest has been pushing for a  bullet train  from Los Angeles to Las Vegas along Interstate 15.

LA to Las Vegas… by Rail?

Since 2007, a company called XpressWest has been pushing for a bullet train from Los Angeles to Las Vegas along Interstate 15.

from Which Way, L.A.?

Today, Metro decided to consider the cost and usefulness of a “people mover” running to LAX from a new station on the Crenshaw line.

Metro Considers a "People Mover" from Crenshaw to LAX

Today, Metro decided to consider the cost and usefulness of a “people mover” running to LAX from a new station on the Crenshaw line.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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KCRW invites you to attend a free advance screening of Poms from STX Entertainment. We hope to see you there!

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