LA Pushing to Become Nation’s Mass Transit Leader

Ap.com reports on how Los Angeles is pushing to become nation’s mass transit leader by rekindling its long ago romance with commuter rail. Los Angeles County voters have already agreed two years ago to pay a half-cent sales tax over the next 30 years to extend train and rapid bus lines, projects that would routinely require federal assistance. But Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa wants a loan from Washington to get the projects built in a decade rather than 30 years, which would be the largest transit expansion project in the nation. The projects include subway extension to the west side of Los Angeles , a regional connector linking three rail lines in the downtown core, plus light rail extensions reaching Los Angeles International Airport.

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