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September 18, 2008
What caused a devastating crash of a Metrolink and freight train in Chatsworth last Friday afternoon remains unresolved, though the National Transportation Safety Board appears to be looking closely at the Metrolink?s engineer, Robert Sanchez, 46, of La Crescenta, who died at the scene. NTSB is investigating claims by two teen train enthusiasts that they were texting Sanchez at about the time the collision happened. Also, Sanchez may not have used the brakes before the accident.
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By Charles Cooper | April 3, 2008
The Gold Line extension remains in the dark as far as funding is concerned in the 25-year transportation plan being circulated by the Metropolitan Transit Agency for public comment. The recommended plan includes $25 billion worth of projects through 2030, but leaves the Gold Line extension from Pasadena in a ?strategic unfunded? category, which makes federal funding a problematic issue. Also listed as an unfunded project is the proposed tunnel connecting the Long Beach (710)
FEATURES
October 25, 2007
Keeping active, both in body and mind, becomes even more important as we age. But what can we do when our income is less than what it was when we were working? Here is a list of ideas that are either free or at reduced cost. Many museums offer free admission at least once each month. Same art, same exhibits, but no admission fee. Volunteer to usher ? Many professional theater, opera and dance companies use volunteer ushers to help stretch tight budgets. For passing out programs and helping the paying customers find their seats, you will receive free admission to the performance, an inside look at what happens before the curtain goes up, and the opportunity to provide hands-on support to a dynamic arts organization in your community.
NEWS
January 27, 2005
From the Editor's Desk by CAROL CORMACI Muddled by some nasty virus, my head couldn't at first quite focus yesterday morning on the TV news report of the commuter train catastrophe in Glendale. I could see a map pointing out the San Fernando Road/Chevy Chase location of the smashup and my initial reaction was to wonder if my husband had taken the train to work and whether or not he was safe. Gil does occasionally travel to or from his office in Oxnard out of the Glendale train station, but not this week.
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By Daniel Siegal, daniel.siegal@latimes.com | November 3, 2012
Local lawmakers want to see voters approve Measure J on Nov. 6 and commit more funds for regional transportation projects, but they are making sure transportation officials know they don't want money to flow toward a proposed extension of the Long Beach (710) Freeway. In recent weeks La Cañada Flintridge, South Pasadena and Glendale have passed resolutions supporting Measure J, a Los Angeles County proposition that would extend until 2069 an existing half-cent increase in the county sales tax to pay for transit projects and roadwork.
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September 18, 2008
What caused a devastating crash of a Metrolink and freight train in Chatsworth last Friday afternoon remains unresolved, though the National Transportation Safety Board appears to be looking closely at the Metrolink?s engineer, Robert Sanchez, 46, of La Crescenta, who died at the scene. NTSB is investigating claims by two teen train enthusiasts that they were texting Sanchez at about the time the collision happened. Also, Sanchez may not have used the brakes before the accident.
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