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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.

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?

Another turn for the 710 tunnel proposal

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The L.A. County Metropolitan Transportation Authority board is set to wade into the decades-long debate over a proposed tunnel linking the 10 and 210 freeways.

City Council to take up program that aims for zero traffic deaths

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Council members will debate how two new sources of funding for transportation projects will be spent in the coming fiscal year, including on Vision Zero.

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Trump, transit and the Purple Line limbo

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While President Trump has pushed for massive infrastructure spending, his budget cuts funding for transit projects, including L.A. Metro's Purple Line.

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Should pedestrians be allowed to cross during countdown?

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Police targeted thousands in downtown L.A. for beginning to cross after the signal began flashing. Now lawmakers are considering a change. Do you agree?

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Vision Zero safety campaign ramps up as traffic deaths rise

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The Los Angeles program to end traffic fatalities will hold a series of community events as city leaders debate funding for it in the coming year.

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