Over 40,000 eviction notices have gone out in L.A. this year, many to upscale apartments (LA Times)

Passengers exit a B Line train at North Hollywood StationWikimedia Commons

More frequent B/D Line subway service begins this Sunday, Sept. 10! "On weekdays, trains will run every 12 minutes from about 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. and on weekends it will be every 12 minutes from 8:15 a.m. through 7 p.m. In the B and D Lines’ shared section of track — between Wilshire/Vermont and Union Station — trains will run every six minutes during the above times." (The Source)

Culver City Plans Protected Bikeway on Overland Avenue "Culver City's proposed ~2.5 mile Overland bike facility is mostly new protected bike lanes (about a mile and a half), plus about a half-mile of new unprotected bike lanes at the north end, and a short stretch of bike route at the south end." (Streetsblog LA)

A Chinese grocery store opening in West Los Angeles represents a cultural shift "Chinese food and groceries are so rare on the Westside that it’s become something of an urban legend." (LA Times)

View of the Bulgari Resort Los AngelesSaota

Bulgari Hotel Halted "The motion was brought forward by Councilmember Katy Yaroslavsky, who reiterated community concerns about how the project could affect things like the environment and public safety." (LAist)

Union Street Protected Bikeway Ribbon-Cutting Will Feature a Resource Fair "The Union Street Protected Bikeway is a 1.5 mile long two-way protected bike lane along Union Street and a 0.3-mile-long bike boulevard along Holliston Avenue with traffic signal and curb ramp improvements along both streets." (Pasadena Now)

Research team with UCLA associate professor, ASU faculty examines shade deserts "Many of the communities most heavily impacted by shade deserts are in low-income areas, where many cannot be indoors throughout the day because of work or school, said Ariane Middel, another co-author of the comment. There is 41% less tree canopy, which contributes to shade, in low-income neighborhoods than in the highest-income ones, according to the commentary." (Daily Bruin)

Aerial view of a redeveloped Ranch Studios Lot in BurbankWorthe Real Estate Group

Worthe, Stockbridge close deal for Warner Bros. Ranch with $480M loan "Athene provides financing for $175M acquisition and redevelopment" (The Real Deal)

Beverly Hills closes gaps in bicycle infrastructure "Beverly Hills bicyclists might one day have a new way of traveling to West Hollywood, as staff prepares to install bike lanes on Beverly Boulevard that could connect to the neighboring city..." (Beverly Press)'

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