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Important 2028 Olympic transit line hangs on federal funding

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| By 2028, Los Angeles will have rail to the airport, an extension of the Gold Line and more. But will the key subway to Westwood be ready for the Olympics?

LA buses have gotten slower, increasingly off-schedule

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As the on-time performance of Metro buses has declined, so has ridership. The transit agency is looking at ways to improve the service.

LA reverses course on road changes in Playa del Rey

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After petitions, recall campaigns and threats of lawsuits over lane reductions, the city has found a new way to address safety concerns on Vista del Mar.

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Overnight lane closures on 405 freeway near LAX

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It's not quite as epic as Carmageddon but the closures on one of the country's busiest freeways are sure to inconvenience some drivers.

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California gets ready to begin roadwork with new funds

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Revenue from a gas tax hike adopted earlier this year won't start flowing in until the fall, but state officials want to jump-start road repair projects.

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Angels Flight railway prepares to ascend once again

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The shortest railway in the world has been closed in recent years due to safety issues, but after upgrades it's nearly ready to ascend again.

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Gold Line extension raising questions of Metrolink competition

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Metro's Gold Line extension and Metrolink's San Gabriel route are serving the same areas, prompting efforts to avoid competition.

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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.

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