Ever wonder why L.A. has taken so long to get robust rail transit, compared to other American cities like Atlanta, Washington D.C., or the San Francisco Bay Area? Any questions about why the city has rail in some places but not in others? Or the status of planned rail lines?
You can ask me these and any other L.A. rail questions today on-line from 1:30 to 2:30pm. As part of its “transportation week”, Curbed L.A. is hosting a live chat with me. Some interesting questions are already on the chat web page, so feel free to add yours in advance or during the live session.
Hope you can join. And for a deeper dive on Los Angeles rail transit history, check out my book Railtown from U.C. Press.