This doesn't sound like a dealbreaker, but the draft environmental impact report prepared by developer Anschutz Entertainment Group didn't provide enough details for Councilman Bill Rosendahl on traffic congestion and the project's effects on nearby neighborhoods. From the LAT:
In a letter to Anschutz Entertainment Group on Monday, Councilman Bill Rosendahl asked the developer to make clear how it would minimize car trips to the stadium on game days and make firm commitments to create park-and-ride facilities and ticket bundling programs, which would include public transportation fares in game ticket packages. He complained in an interview that a draft environmental impact report commissioned by the developer "is too vague and doesn't get into the specifics" on those matters.
Rosendahl's letter comes after concerns were raised by the Natural Resources Defense Council, which had supported state legislation that gave AEG special treatment in the courts. The NRDC isn't happy with the lack of specifics on the impact of car trips to and from the stadium.