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Lowest Labor Day gas prices in years benefits drivers, not roads

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| Gas prices haven't been this low on Labor Day since Facebook was born. But the win for consumers means less funds for road repairs.

Happy birthday to the 'Angels of LA's freeways'. Here's how they help

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Ever find yourself with a flat tire on the freeway? For 25 years the Freeway Service Patrol has been helping Angelenos get out of risky situations while keeping the freeways flowing. Here's how they can help you.

West Hollywood bike-share launches, UCLA system coming next

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Los Angeles County now has five bike-share systems and another is on the way. But compatibility is an issue with differing types of bikes in different cities.

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Real-time bus information finally arriving at LA stops

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Metro train riders are used to reading signs that say when to expect train arrivals, but now bus riders will be seeing real-time information at some bus stops.

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Metro extends Noho to Pasadena express bus pilot program

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The express bus connects two transit hubs, but ridership has not yet hit targets. Metro hopes to entice additional riders with more frequent weekday service.

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LA City Council makes way for LAX improvement plan

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A long-sought connection between LAX and Metro trains is among the projects that can move forward following settlement of a dispute with a community group.

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DASH bus service changes in the works

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Public hearings begin Saturday on the city of Los Angeles' proposal to expand its DASH bus service in some areas and reduce them in others.

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Metro's Expo Line is a victim of its own success

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Trains are packed on the Expo Line's new extension to Santa Monica during peak hours, but adding more trains may not solve the problem.

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