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LA Metro launches bike sharing in Pasadena

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| Riders can now hop on a shared bike from the Gold Line to the Rose Bowl and many points in between as Metro brings 300 bikes to Pasadena.

Expo Line hits ridership goal early but can't grow much more

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The popular beach-bound line has surpassed its projected ridership for 2030, but Metro can't add much more capacity to sustain ridership growth.

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Shop quickly: Measure M sales tax increase starts July 1

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By October, several cities in L.A. County will levy a 10.5 percent sales tax, tying parts of Chicago for the most expensive sales tax in the country.

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DTLA streetcar could open in 2021 — if it finds the funds

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Good news: officials have completed environmental reviews and early designs for the project. Bad news: there's not funding to cover the $290 million price tag.

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Policing, gentrification concerns raised by LA traffic program

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Vision Zero, the city initiative to cut traffic deaths, calls for steps like increased traffic enforcement, raising red flags in low-income neighborhoods of color.

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Gold Line extension to Claremont to break ground in October

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The light rail extension will add 11.5 miles and five new stations further east in the San Gabriel Valley. It is set to open to the public in 2027.

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South LA residents weigh in on effort to cut traffic deaths

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Forty percent of streets in the city deemed most dangerous for traffic crashes are located in South Los Angeles. Now city officials want feedback on safety fixes.

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Metro expands paid parking to Gold Line SGV stations

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A $3 daily fee is helping to deter some from parking in lots at Metro's most popular stations, but is it discouraging people from riding the train?