Sunday, October 23, 2016

City might end up paying more for L.A. River restoration; making the Arroyo Seco more accessible; big rig crash closes southbound I-5

Dodger Stadium | Andriana Baker/Instagram

Dodger Stadium | Andriana Baker/Instagram

MOrning Report

  • The city could end up paying a for a larger share of the L.A. River restoration project than originally expected, with current estimates ranging from $965 million to $1.2 billion. L.A. Now
  • A pedestrian advocate says the Arroyo Seco needs to be reconnected and made more accessible to Northeast L.A. neighborhoods. KPCC
  • A section of the southbound 5 Freeway through Boyle Heights and East L.A. was closed  for several hours this morning after a big-rig truck overturned. Daily News

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