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LA struggles to respond to record number of pothole reports

Meghan McCarty KPCC
| The city of Los Angeles promises to respond to requests to fix potholes within three working days, but winter storms last month quadrupled the usual load.

Women's March significantly boosts Saturday Metro ridership

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Saturday's demonstrators were urged to take public transit, increasing the typical Saturday ridership by hundreds of thousands.

Metro fare enforcement probed after civil rights complaint

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Federal transportation officials are investigating a complaint that Metro is discriminating against black riders in enforcing fares. Metro denies it does so.

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Laurel Canyon reopens, but drivers can still expect delays

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The disruption of a major artery between San Fernando Valley and L.A's westside isn't over yet. Any closure has a ripple effect, and there's more rain coming.

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Culver City considering protected bike lane near Expo Line

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The public can comment by email or in person on the two-lane bikeway, fully separated from car traffic and connecting downtown with the Helms Bakery and Expo Line.

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Norwalk has two rail stations and they don't connect — yet

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Community meetings are set to get the public's input on a proposal to connect a Metro station and a Metrolink station now separated by three miles.

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Santa Monica's new bike counter displays cycling traffic

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The beach city joins the ranks of bike-friendly hubs like Copenhagen and Portland in measuring bike traffic as planners seek to reduce car traffic.

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Electric car-sharing zooms into low-income LA neighborhoods

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Areas like Westlake and MacArthur Park will get up to 100 electric cars as part of an effort to reduce pollution and increase mobility in low-income communities.

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