Pam O'Connor

Longtime Santa Monica City Council member

Guest

Longtime Santa Monica City Council member. A public transit advocate, she is Chair of the Board of Directors of the Los Angeles County Metro and she represents the city on the Expo Line board.    

Pam O'Connor on KCRW

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.?

More from KCRW

Amazon has announced it will no longer test most job applicants for marijuana use, save for employees who fall under regulations of the Department of Transportation like delivery…

from KCRW Features

News broke in May that AT&T would be spinning off WarnerMedia to Discovery and that David Zaslav would run the combined media empire, but that deal isn’t closing any time soon.

from Hollywood Breakdown

California will roll out a statewide electronic vaccine verification program, which Gov. Gavin Newsom does not call a passport.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

LA City Councilman Joe Buscaino is running to replace Mayor Eric Garcetti, and he held his first official campaign event on Monday along the Venice Beach boardwalk.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Crowns & Hops , based in Inglewood, will be LA’s first Black-owned brewery.

from Greater LA

A gunman in San Jose killed nine people and then himself at a light rail yard on Wednesday.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Isaac Bryan is the founding director of the UCLA Black Policy Project and a big proponent of Measure J, which funds alternatives to incarceration.

from KCRW Features

KCRW is joining other public radio stations up and down the state to mark the one-year anniversary of the murder of George Floyd.

More than half of all American adults have been vaccinated, according to the Biden administration, and life is seemingly speeding back to normal.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand