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Garcetti joins other leaders in calling for road repairs

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| The state faces a $130 billion backlog for road repairs, but lawmakers have been unable to agree on how to pay for fixes. Are conditions finally right?

Wanted: Citizens to hold Metro accountable for spending

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A citizens oversight committee drawn from Los Angeles County residents would hold the transit agency accountable for the spending of $120 billion over 40 years.

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LA Metro officials still expect federal funding in Trump era

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The transportation agency depends on federal money to build and run transit, but a delay of a federal grant for a Northern California rail project has rattled officials.

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Brown sets April deadline to devise road-fix funding plan

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The governor repeated his call for major spending to shore up a deteriorating infrastructure, which has taken on more urgency with the Oroville Dam crisis and recent rains.

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A new multi-agency policing effort for Metro trains and buses

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LAPD and Long Beach police will join county sheriffs in policing L.A. county buses and trains in an effort to add officers to the system and increase security.

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The road to road repairs once again leads to California legislators

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After a stalemate lasting a year and a half, the California Legislature will again take on proposals to fund a $136-billion backlog in needed road repairs.

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California lawmaker seeks to shut down 710 tunnel proposal for good

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There's been a decades-long debate over how to connect two ends of the San Gabriel Valley. Could the option of a 710 tunnel be scrapped for good?

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LA struggles to respond to record number of pothole reports

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The city of Los Angeles promises to respond to requests to fix potholes within three working days, but winter storms last month quadrupled the usual load.

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