The research may surprise you.
The year of Vision Zero's launch, 183 people were killed on L.A. streets. By 2017, that figure jumped to 245. Last year, the number dropped only slightly to 240.
Pedestrian deaths are on the rise nationally and statewide, with California and four other states accounting for half of the 6,227 pedestrian fatalities that occurred last year.
On March 18, Moody’s released one of the most comprehensive reports on the status of California public retiree health costs to date. Its conclusions were troubling.
Study: Pollution Reduction Could Extend Lifespans in Some Major California Cities
Brittany M. 11/26/2018 - 9:33 AM
According to the researchers, Fresno residents could live a year longer than they do now. The average Angeleno would live 8 months longer. In Sacramento, life spans could be increased by a quarter of a year.
California’s population swelled to 39.8 million last year according to the latest figures from the state’s Department of Finance.
Election Day is only four weeks away. But for many cities across the state, it means another round of low turnout voting.