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Next week Metro, L.A.’s public transportation agency, will raise fares as a way to deal with a deficit. But the “L.A. Times” reported the fare increase won’t put Metro’s financial house completely in order.
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This Sunday, September 7, CicLAvia Explores Broadway
Ciclavia just gets better and better. The next car-free streets extravaganza, called Heart of LA won’t be until October 5, 2014.
In the meantime what’s a CicLAvia addict to do? Why explore LA of course, and help out our favorite extra curricular activity, proceeds will benefit CicLAvia.
3-feet for 2-wheels! A new California law…..
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There are nearly double the number of near-collisions when the weather conditions are clear than when it’s stormy
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Made in America event detour map in conjunction with the 2nd Street Closure between Spring St and Broadway effective tonight, 8/29 through Tuesday, 9/2 2014. Potential traffic chaos due…
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Governor Jerry Brown signed a bill into law that will make it easier to dine with your dog at restaurants.
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The Big Blue Bus schedule changes
starts Sunday, August 24.
Big Blue Bus (BBB) adjusts its schedules and routes due to changes in ridership demand. BBB assesses and makes these changes as summer comes to a close. This year, the fall service change will begin Sunday, August 24. Heads up bus riders, many changes are in store, including a major service modification on Route 3.
There will also …
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Four Week Full Street Closure Planned in Downtown Los Angeles along 2nd Street between Spring Street and Broadway for Regional Connector Utility Relocation Work beginning Saturday, August 23.
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Filmmaker Russell Houghton gives the drivers of LA empty streets and freeways. For most of us that is only dream rather than the daily nightmare that we are forced to endure 24/7. This fantasy can only compare to finding pots of gold at the end of rainbows and where galloping off on your unicorn means never having to say, “Sorry I’m late, the traffic was horrible!”
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It starts TODAY!
According to officials at LAX this weekend (July 25 through 28) is expected to be one of the busiest of the summer travel season. LAX expects more than 200,000 passengers a day – 55,000 of them international – on more than 1,700 flights.
Nearly 20,000 airport-wide employees also are scheduled to work each weekend day.
While all four entrances into the LAX Central …