July 27, 2014
A mountain lion is seen in this undated file photo.
LOS ANGELES (KABC) --
Caltrans announced plans to build a bridge that would help mountain lions safely cross the 101 Freeway in Agoura Hills.
officials on Saturday said they are seeking a $2 million grant from the
federal government's infrastructure funding program. Biologists worry
the animals are inbreeding because they are cut off from other mountain
Experts say the bridge would help integrate the
environment and increase public safety by reducing the risk of
collisions between vehicles and wildlife.
Initial estimates for the cost of the bridge were about $10 million.
National Park System has been tracking mountain lions in the Santa
Monica Mountains since 2002. No attacks on humans in west Los Angeles
County have been reported in the recent past.
Sunday, July 27, 2014
By Joe Cano, July 26, 2014
The SR710 Tunnel is removed from the Short Range Transportation Plan. In reality all funding consideration for the tunnel has been pushed to 2025 & beyond. There is no money at this time to build a tunnel even if SCAG cooks the numbers for the DEIR. Almost every speaker, but Leland Dolley a paid consultant to Alhambra, demanded their cut of Measure R Funds for light rail or alternative projects in their cities. The SR710 project is in serious trouble & the picking of the carcass has begin. I wonder how long the Alhambra City Council can keep 'misleading' the public with it's just around the corner. Can the Alhambra City Council get away with celebrating the tunnel for the next 11 years?