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Big rig driver's extradition planned in casino bus crash case

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| A truck driver who stopped for road construction on the 10 Freeway before a casino bus crashed into his rig last year will face 40 counts, including vehicular manslaughter.

LA Metro to offer Union Station bike storage, services

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On Wednesday, L.A. Metro plans to open a Union Station bike hub that includes bicycle racks and lockers, mechanics to help with repairs and a store for accessories.

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One buck will get you a rental bike in Griffith Park

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A Chinese firm is operating a dockless bike-share system in Griffith Park, offering hourly rentals for $1, far below the $3.50 charged by L.A. Metro for 30 minutes.

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State gas tax hike might not be felt right away

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The California gas tax increases by 12 cents starting on Wednesday, but the hike will be offset by lower prices for cheaper winter blend gasoline.

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Tips to stay safe on scary Halloween streets

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Halloween night is consistently one of the worst nights of the year for pedestrian injuries and fatalities, according to federal statistics.

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Carpool cheaters on toll roads may face a crackdown

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About a quarter of drivers using the toll lanes aren’t paying their fair share, with many lying about carpooling.

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To crack down on speeding, LA might have to raise speed limits

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How do you get people to obey speed limits? Give out tickets. But in order to do that, a state law says the city must raise some speed limits.

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Crowded LA carpool lanes could trigger 3-person minimum

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Los Angeles County high-occupancy vehicle lanes have become so popular that the Metro board could consider upping the minimum number in a car from two to three.

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