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Motion calls for more study of Arts District station
Posted by Steve Hymon on
A view of the subway portal (bottom left), Division 20 subway yards (right of center) and Santa Fe Avenue in the Arts District (at right). That’s the 1st Street Bridge in the foreground ...
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Go Metro to the 32nd Annual Kingdom Day Parade
Posted by Anna Chen on
The 32nd Annual Kingdom Day Parade will be held this Monday, Jan. 16 beginning at 10 a.m. The parade will start at Arlington Avenue and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and travel west along Martin ...
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OEI wins $1.3 Million to expand the definition of transit access
Posted by Office of Extraordinary Innovation on
By Nolan Borgman/Transportation Planner With a major federal transit grant, Metro will seek to redefine what it means to be “near” transit. Professor Brian D. Taylor, Director of UCLA’s ...

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