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LA Metro needs ideas on where to put new bike-share portals

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| The short-term bike rental systems will expand to Pasadena and Venice next summer. So where would you like to see the bikes stationed?

Caltrans program tracks drivers, offers insights, raises privacy issues

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A Caltrans test that could change how drivers pay for street repairs collects data on how participants drive using a device plugged into a car's computer.

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Pasadena aims to improve Rose Bowl area traffic

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A grant from the Metropolitan Transportation Authority will allow upgrades at intersections that feed into the Rose Bowl area, which gets congested during events.

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Metro mulls new policing amid low, but serious crime record

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After criticism of the L.A. transit agency's policing, Metro will resume discussion in February on contracts with Los Angeles and Long Beach police as well as with sheriff's deputies.

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Measure M projects depend on federal dollars, so what's next?

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President-elect Donald Trump wants to build up the country's infrastructure, but the proposal doesn't favor transit and Republicans' aren't predisposed to it.

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FAQ: Everything you need to know about Measure M

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The Los Angeles County sales tax increase would fund billions of dollars in transportation projects, but it faces a high hurdle at the polls.

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Pasadena prepares for bike sharing. Is it ready?

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The city known for its thriving Old Town seems like a good fit for short-term bike rentals but advocates say it's lacking more bike lanes and crucial infrastructure.

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Safety upgrades underway for Metro's Blue Line

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The Blue Line, the oldest and deadliest of Metro's lines, is undergoing upgrades aimed at improving its safety.

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