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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.

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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Metro calls on businesses to help speed along Measure M projects

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The L.A. County transit agency will be taking proposals under private partnerships to accelerate major projects, including a possible Sepulveda Pass subway.

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How many people cross the road in LA County? We’ll know soon

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The count comes after biking recorded the first drop in L.A. after eight years of increases. Nationally, there's been a leveling off in biking to work.

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Metro puts up $9M in loan funds to spur affordable housing

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The Los Angeles County transit agency is joining with several foundations to provide loans to developers who would build affordable housing near bus and rail lines.

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LA Metro looking to van pools to fill transit network gaps

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The agency plans to partner with a private company to help run the service, which could take riders to transportation hubs or service areas without buses and trains.

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LA Metro diverges from feds on hires for transit projects

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The Trump administration is rolling back a requirement encouraging local hires for federally funded transportation projects, but Metro is diverging where it can.

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