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News Releases from November, 2002

November 27, 2002
MTA Bus Operator Establishes a Memorial Fund for Conrad Johnson, One of Washington-Area Sniper Victims

A MTA bus operator has established a memorial fund in memory of Maryland bus operator Conrad Johnson, one of the 10 victims killed by the Washington-area sniper during September and October, 2002.

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November 25, 2002
Use Metro Rail and Metro Bus to Get to This Year’s Hollywood Christmas Parade

Getting to the Hollywood Christmas Parade has never been easier, thanks to the Metro Red Line subway that offers stops along the parade route at both Hollywood and Highland and Hollywood and Vine.

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November 22, 2002
Metro Motion Cable TV Show Provides 30-Minute Close-up on MTA Transportation Programs, Services

You say you don’t know much about the Metro Freeway Service Patrol, the soon-to-be-opened Metro Gold Line or the Regional EZpass? How about the future San Fernando Valley East-West Transitway, Metro Art program or vanpooling?

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November 22, 2002
MTA’s Metro Gateway Cities Service Sector to Hold Community Meetings Beginning Dec. 2

MTA’s Metro Gateway Cities Service Sector, which includes cities in Southeast Los Angeles County, will hold a series of community meetings beginning Monday, Dec. 2, seeking public comment on how MTA Metro Bus service can be improved in their community.

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November 18, 2002
MTA/L.A. Area Chamber of Commerce Summit Calls for Fair Share of State and Federal Transportation Funding

Los Angeles County's first-ever transportation summit wrapped up with a call for more state and federal funding for transportation improvements to combat the growing congestion that threatens the region's quality of life and economic vitality. Sponsored by MTA and the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce, Mobility-21: LA County Moving Together was held Nov. 18 at the Wilshire Grand Hotel in downtown Los Angeles.

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November 18, 2002
Los Angeles City Councilman Hal Bernson Receives 1st Annual ‘Julian C. Dixon Award’ at Mobility 21 Transportation Summit

Los Angeles City Councilman Hal Bernson was presented the first annual “Julian C. Dixon Award,” Nov. 18, during the closing session of Mobility 21, a transportation summit that drew together the region’s elected officials, transportation providers, business, labor and community leaders.

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November 18, 2002
MTA, Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce Target Traffic Congestion at Region’s First Transportation Summit

In a first for Los Angeles County, MTA and the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce are spearheading a summit on transportation aimed at forging consensus among leaders in the public and private sectors on workable solutions to the region’s crushing traffic congestion. The Nov. 18, 2002 gathering of elected officials, transportation providers, business, labor, academic and community leaders at downtown L.A.’s Wilshire Grand Hotel is titled Mobility 21: LA County Moving Together.

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