Diana Gordon

Santa Monica Coalition for a Liveable City

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Santa Monica resident, community activist and Co-Chair of the Santa Monica Coalition for a Livable City

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If you've been to the beach in Santa Monica or sampled the shopping or nightlife lately, you've driven around the traffic cones and seen scaffolding around new buildings.

Should Santa Monica Grow Up or Maintain a Low Profile?

If you've been to the beach in Santa Monica or sampled the shopping or nightlife lately, you've driven around the traffic cones and seen scaffolding around new buildings.

from Which Way, L.A.?

Metro’s Expo Line is on its way from Culver City to Santa Monica and other parts of the West Side—with the goal of reducing regional traffic congestion.

The Expo Line Draws A Gold Rush

Metro’s Expo Line is on its way from Culver City to Santa Monica and other parts of the West Side—with the goal of reducing regional traffic congestion.

from Which Way, L.A.?

Santa Monica  is a city of 85,000 people that doubles in size with commuters during business hours. Traffic congestion is changing the nature of the city itself, but growth continues.

RIFT, A Fight Against Traffic, Creates Rift in Santa Monica

Santa Monica is a city of 85,000 people that doubles in size with commuters during business hours. Traffic congestion is changing the nature of the city itself, but growth continues.

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