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Officials unveil $300 million San Gabriel train trench

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| The new 1.4-mile train trench brings railroads below traffic. It will save over 1,700 delayed hours waiting for the train to pass. And it saves more than just time.

Antelope Valley housing project one step closer to reality

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The Centennial Housing Project would add 20,000 homes 70 miles northeast of LA. Despite protest, the LA County Regional Planning Commission recommended its approval.

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My Figueroa street revamp adds safety for walkers and bikers

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Four miles of the busy road between downtown Los Angeles and USC has been redesigned with protected or buffered bike lanes, new crosswalks and landscaping.

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Scooters dodge LA city ban, but face possible regulation

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City transportation officials will reaffirm their cease-and-desist letters issued to scooter companies back in June that prevents them from operating for now.

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LA could join scooter ban wagon while city sorts out rules

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Some city officials want to put the brakes on e-scooters, but others say it's unnecessary to ban the Birds when regulations are already in the works.

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Metro studying options to extend Crenshaw Line north

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West Hollywood officials have pushed for years to get rail into their city, and they're getting creative with funding options to speed up the project.

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Beverly Hills bans Bird scooters for six months

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After complaints they have become a nuisance, Beverly Hills will crack down on those who ride the dockless devices or leave them in the city.

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Hollywood and Vine diagonal crosswalk christened with Conga

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Results are promising after Hollywood's first diagonal crosswalk cut pedestrian injuries in half. The cast of “On Your Feet” helped with its debut.

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