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  • Chick-fil-A, Subway, fast food top customer experience survey

    Chick-fil-A, Subway, fast food top customer experience survey
    Consumers tend to have a better time at fast-food chains such as Chick-fil-A and Subway than they do at many other types of companies, according to a new survey that rates customer experiences. Research firm Temkin Group ranked more than 200 companies...
  • HGTV's Angelo Surmelis renovates kitchen in Echo Park home

    HGTV's Angelo Surmelis renovates kitchen in Echo Park home
    AS ANGELO SURMELIS knows all too well, no matter how splendidly you've decorated the rest of your house, guests always end up in the kitchen. That was a problem for Surmelis (pronounced sir-meh-LEASE), host of Home and Garden Television's "Rate My Space"...
  • L.A. Marathon's new route to add traffic congestion

    With thousands of feet pounding the streets Sunday for the Los Angeles Marathon, some frustrated motorists might wish they had worn their running shoes too. Hundreds of street intersections and freeway ramps will be closed to accommodate the 26.2-mile...
  • Los Angeles mayoral candidates weigh in on the proposed Subway to the Sea

    When Los Angeles County voters passed a half-cent sales tax to raise $40 billion for transportation last fall, about $4.1 billion was set aside for the first phase of a subway extension west from downtown Los Angeles. Times editors have been posing...
  • Public to weigh in on Westside subway routes

    Local transportation officials have come up with a list of about a dozen potential subway routes on the Westside, with most of the corridors following either Wilshire Boulevard or Santa Monica Boulevard -- or both. All of the routes, along with other...
  • L.A. deserves rail

    For the past 15 years I have been a transit rider, and I always take note of articles by James Moore of USC, particularly his opposition against expanding rail systems in Southern California. Moore, with Tom Rubin, is again striking out against rail,...
  • Still waiting for that subway

    Today, Reed and Gordon discuss the slow pace of building transit projects in Los Angeles. Previously, they debated the MTA's plan to convert some carpool lanes into toll lanes. Later in the week, they'll discuss the impact of population growth on...
  • Start small on climate change

    In "Of greenhouse gases and greenbacks," The Times writes about the U.S. Senate debate on a proposal to impose pollution regulations, which has now stalled. This debate took place as California's attempt to set tougher emission standards for cars and...
  • Measure R is more than roads and rails

    Measure R is more than roads and rails
    This is the first of two articles on the intersection of public transit, urbanism and architecture on next week's ballot. There is a pedestrian path -- maintained, if that is not too generous a word, by the city of Los Angeles -- near my house in Eagle...
  • How you, a Southland driver, can make my commute better

    How you, a Southland driver, can make my commute better
    When Los Angeles traffic experts get depressed at the sorry state of the freeways, their minds sometimes drift to the improbable days of 1984, when the Olympic torch blazed through town and the city's sea of cars parted. For more than a week, downtown...
  • Projects breathe life into Wilshire corridor

    Projects breathe life into Wilshire corridor
    The 22nd floor of the new Solair building, a residential, retail and transportation hub at Wilshire Boulevard and Western Avenue, is still just a concrete platform -- the building's official opening is months away. But from that high up, it's easy to see...