Clean Air, Clean Lungs, Clean Buses Campaign

California Court orders analysis of cap and trade program

Last month, a Superior Court judge directed the California Air Resources Board to conduct an analysis of feasible alternatives to the cap-and-trade program the air board adopted last year.

California Court orders analysis of cap and trade program

Last month, a Superior Court judge directed the California Air Resources Board to conduct an analysis of feasible alternatives to the cap-and-trade program the air board adopted last year.

California Court orders analysis of cap and trade program

Last month, a Superior Court judge directed the California Air Resources Board to conduct an analysis of feasible alternatives to the cap-and-trade program the air board adopted last year.

Bus Riders Union and broad coalition achieve major breakthrough as Wilshire Boulevard BOL Project passes LA City Council

06/15/2011

After six years of campaigning, the Wilshire Boulevard Bus-Only Lanes project took an important step forward, with the Los Angeles City Council voting to approve the project and move it forward.

BRU and broad coalition of allies win major breakthrough on Wilshire Bus Lanes at Los Angeles City Council

After six years of campaigning, the BRU scored a major environmental victory today: the Wilshire Boulevard Bus-Only Lanes won the resounding approval from the LA City Council and cleared the last major political hurdle for it to become reality

LA Times, KPCC, ABC, NBC & more: BRU victory on Wilshire bus lanes makes a media splash

After six years of campaigning, the Wilshire Boulevard Bus-Only Lanes
project took an important step forward, with the Los Angeles City
Council voting to approve the project and move it forward.

L.A. Council OKs bus-only lanes along Wilshire Boulevard


Wilshire Boulevard, the most heavily used bus corridor in Los Angeles
with lines running every couple of minutes and tens of thousands of
passengers enduring lengthy and crowded rides, is about to get a
facelift designed to bring riders some relief.

To streamline and speed commutes from MacArthur Park to Centinela Avenue
at the eastern edge of Santa Monica, the Los Angeles City Council voted

Open Letter to MTA Board & LA City Council: Planners support complete 8.7 mile Wilshire Bus Rapid Transit Project

Planners from UCLA, USC and across the city weigh in on Bus-Only Lanes debate with a clear message: the complete 8.7 mile project is clearly the best choice.