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Will Angelenos actually take the train to LAX?

Los Angeles World Airports
| An elevated rail between LAX terminals and the Crenshaw Line will make the airport more accessible, but only 1 percent of travelers are expected to use rail.

Figueroa, finally. Here's what 10 years and $20 million can do for 4 miles of street.

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After a decade of planning and setbacks, the downtown L.A. thoroughfare will have its big reveal — with better access for walkers, bicyclists and transit riders.

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California driver's licenses for unauthorized exceed 1 million mark

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An estimated 2 million to 3 million unauthorized immigrants live in California. About a third of them have taken advantage of the state's 3-year-old license law.

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Work on Wilshire subway continues amid funding doubts

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Metro broke ground on the second section of the Purple Line to Beverly Hills, but federal funds for the final stretch to Westwood are up in the air.

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LAX moves forward with private partner to build tram line

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The people mover will connect the terminals with parking, car rentals and the new Crenshaw Light Rail line, providing a rail connection to LAX at long last.

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Plan to widen south end of 710 freeway riles communities

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A CalTrans project funded by L.A. Metro would displace more than 400 residents, businesses, and a homeless shelter, drawing criticism from affected neighborhoods.

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More police on Metro bring more crime reports

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Six months after L.A. Metro changed its approach to policing buses and trains, has crime gone down? Statistics show mixed results.

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Rising car ownership may be cause for fewer transit riders

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A UCLA study suggests people in groups that traditionally use mass transit are buying more cars, which may be causing the decline in train and bus ridership.

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