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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.

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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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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