Calif. Light Rail Ruling Makes For Thornier Enviro Reviews

Law360, San Diego (August 6, 2013, 10:50 PM EDT) -- In allowing a Los Angeles light rail project to proceed, the California Supreme Court warned Monday that officials should have conducted an environmental impact report analyzing current traffic and air quality conditions — a ruling attorneys say will discourage local agencies and developers from relying only on future conditions in their impact reports.

In a split decision, the California Supreme Court majority shot down a citizen group’s objection to Expo Phase 2, which will extend a rail line from Culver City to Santa Monica and begin...
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