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Will Allen, Real Estate Pro in Long Beach, CA
Go Long Beach App  As someone who sells homes in Long Beach,  I'm always looking for value ads I can pass on to the citizens of this fine city I call home.  One of the newest and coolest ideas I've… Read more
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Abe Chang, Real Estate Pro in Los Angeles, CA
Los Angeles city, whether like it or not, is trying to move away from car culture.  Just look around town and you will see various changes.  The beginning of the Purple line extension to La Cienega,… Read more
Blogged Mon May 19, 2014 by Abe Chang General Area Quality of Life Traffic & Public Transportation
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Endre Barath…, Real Estate Pro in Beverly Hills, CA
Parking Meters in Santa Monica, CA or anywhere in the Greater Los Angeles area!Those of you who read my blog post might remember I wrote a post some time ago about Parking Meters of the Past and the Future.… Read more
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Lourdrie McN…, Real Estate Pro in Lakewood, CA
This Friday the Youth Center hosts ‘TFN’ V-Day Dance Lakewood teens can celebrate Valentine’s Day in style by hanging out with friends at the Lakewood Youth Center! The program features music and… Read more
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Abe Chang, Real Estate Pro in Los Angeles, CA
It's been a while since Motor Ave received a diet and was reduced to one lane going north and one lane going south.  Motor Ave and the Palms neighborhood in general seem to be densifying a bit with new… Read more
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Endre Barath…, Real Estate Pro in Beverly Hills, CA
Renaming the Marina Freeway to The Ballona Freeway: what’s in a name?Many of us who are Realtors understand the value of Branding. There is a lot in a name. It appears that Environmental Activists… Read more
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Endre Barath…, Real Estate Pro in Beverly Hills, CA
California Bicycle Laws: Share the road is a two way street!The governor of California quietly signed a law into effect that drivers need to give bicycle riders more room such as at least three feet and… Read more
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Jamie Tian, Real Estate Pro in Los Angeles, CA
Photo courtesy of la.curbed.comThe Los Angeles Aqueduct runs from Sylmar, through the San Fernando Valley, through a tunnel in the Santa Monica Mountains, to the Franklin Reservoir above Beverly Hills.… Read more
Jodi Summers, Real Estate Pro in Santa Monica, CA
by Jodi Summers Smart cities are not one size fits all. Sure, the smart-cities movement could benefit from frameworks that allow a common language to develop amongst citizens, city staff, mayors, and… Read more
Blogged Tue Jan 15, 2013 by Jodi Summers Quality of Life Traffic & Public Transportation
Shannon Chang…, Real Estate Pro in San Marino, CA
Daily Real Estate News |     A tax break for forgiven mortgage debt that was set to expire Dec. 31 was extended by lawmakers when they dodged the “fiscal cliff” this week. … Read more
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Caroline Choi, Real Estate Pro in 90017
DTLA Streetcar: Don't Forget to Vote by Nov. 28th! An exciting new proposed project in DTLA -- the streetcar that would run on major thoroughfares in DTLA such as Broadway, Figueroa, Hill, and 7th… Read more
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Inna Ivchenko, Real Estate Pro in Encino, CA
Yes, it is right! Free of charge to you; just go and get as many signs as you like!The City of Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) partners with Lake Balboa Neighborhood Council providing… Read more
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Lourdrie McN…, Real Estate Pro in Lakewood, CA
Weather for Lakewood, CA 68°F | °C Sun Mon Tue Wed Clear Wind: N at 0 mph Humidity: 84% 90° 59° 88° 59° 81° 55° 82° 64°  Traffic Alert: Closure of 605-405… Read more
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Lourdrie McN…, Real Estate Pro in Lakewood, CA
Weather for Lakewood, CA 68°F | °C Thu Fri Sat Sun Overcast Wind: N at 0 mph Humidity: 100% 93° 70° 100° 72° 100° 68° 95° 68°… Read more
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Abe Chang, Real Estate Pro in Los Angeles, CA
Last month, the long anticipated Expo line finally became operational from the Culver City station (near Washington & National) all the way into downtown Los Angeles.  It's strange why they didn't… Read more
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Kathleen (Ka…, Real Estate Pro in Los Angeles, CA
Wilshire Ramp Closure Alert For the next year we will face traffic challenges that will test our community in new and overwhelming ways.  To re-configure the on- and off-ramps at Wilshire and the… Read more
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Kathleen (Ka…, Real Estate Pro in Los Angeles, CA
As part of the construction of the Expo Light Rail Line Phase 2, work crews will begin all the necessary activities to support the construction of the Centinela Avenue Bridge, including implementing… Read more
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Spencer Hayes, Real Estate Pro in 36117
LOS ANGELES-The Federal Transit Administration has granted the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authoritya record of decision for the $1.37 billion Regional Connector Transit… Read more
Kathleen (Ka…, Real Estate Pro in Los Angeles, CA
ATTENTION COMMUTERS, RESIDENTS AND BUSINESSES IN THEVICINITY OF THE SAN DIEGO FREEWAY (I-405) AND WILSHIRE BL The contractor will begin demolition and reconstruction of the westbound/northboundWilshire… Read more
Jodi Summers, Real Estate Pro in Santa Monica, CA
by Jodi Summers The under-construction Panama Canal expansion is two years from completion. You know that’s going to be good for Southern California. Yes, investors and Industrial property barons…the… Read more
Blogged Tue Jun 5, 2012 by Jodi Summers General Area Traffic & Public Transportation
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