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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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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?

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