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West Hollywood wants the Metro

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| West Hollywood has been calling for light rail within its borders for years. Now, the city is making a serious push to get a Metro stop.

Metro wants to know what you think of its $120 billion plan

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Los Angeles County's transit agency hopes to put a sales tax increase on the November ballot. Now the agency is asking for public comment on what to fund with the money.

Metrolink tickets can now be bought in an app

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The Southern California regional rail agency has come out with a way for riders to purchase tickets on their smart phones.

Sepulveda tunnel, toll lanes on Metro's $120B wish list

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Los Angeles County voters will be asked to approve a sales tax initiative on the November ballot to generate $120 billion for transportation projects.

Bike sharing gains momentum as Long Beach launches system

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Los Angeles is late to bike sharing, but this year short-term rental systems could roll out in four different areas of the county.

Metro will soon decide projects for $120 billion ballot initiative

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Los Angeles County's transit agency will likely ask voters in November to tax themselves and fund big transportation projects. What could we get for $120 billion?

Griffith Park plan now scraps one shuttle, expands another

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The city of Los Angeles wants to reduce car traffic around Griffith Park, but it won't move ahead with a plan to open Mt. Hollywood Drive to shuttle buses.

California pedestrian deaths projected to jump 12 percent for 2015

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A national highway safety organization projects pedestrian deaths in 2015 could record the largest year-over-year increase on record, based on preliminary data.