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City Council to take up program that aims for zero traffic deaths

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| Council members will debate how two new sources of funding for transportation projects will be spent in the coming fiscal year, including on Vision Zero.

Trump, transit and the Purple Line limbo

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While President Trump has pushed for massive infrastructure spending, his budget cuts funding for transit projects, including L.A. Metro's Purple Line.

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Should pedestrians be allowed to cross during countdown?

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Police targeted thousands in downtown L.A. for beginning to cross after the signal began flashing. Now lawmakers are considering a change. Do you agree?

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Vision Zero safety campaign ramps up as traffic deaths rise

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The Los Angeles program to end traffic fatalities will hold a series of community events as city leaders debate funding for it in the coming year.

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Big rigs, big risks: Truck traffic rising — along with crashes

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Last week's crash on the I-5 freeway brought home the high toll of big rig collisions in road damage, traffic delays and human life on Southern California's roadways.

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Paid parking opens up spaces at Valley Red Line lots

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Metro has begun charging $3 to park at the North Hollywood and Universal City stations. The lots, which used to fill up by 7 a.m., haven't been as crowded.

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Metro narrowing Union Station-to-Artesia rail route options

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The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is moving ahead with two major rail projects in the wake of voter approval of the L.A. County Measure M sales tax increase.

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Metro will need more riders to hit bike share goal

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Metro drew 130,000 rides on its bike share system from July to March, but it will take more users to hit its mark. Drier spring and summer weather should help.

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