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Transportation headlines, Thursday, July 17

Have a transportation-related article you think should be included in headlines? Drop me an email! And don’t forget, Metro is on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Pick your social media poison!  House passes interim fix for Highway Trust Fund (New York Times)  The U.S. House voted on Tuesday for a short-term fix to keep the Highway [continue reading]

Transportation headlines, Friday, July 11

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Other actions taken by Metro Board of Directors today — station names, L.A. River in-channel bike path, promoting discounted fares

Three other actions taken by the Metro Board of Directors at their meeting today that might be of interest: •The Board approved the following official name changes to Metro Rail stations, although signage will often continue to reflect shorter names: –The Blue Line’s Grand Station becomes the ‘Grand/Los Angeles Trade-Technical College [continue reading]

Transportation headlines, Tuesday, June 24

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Transportation headlines, Wednesday, June 4

Have a transportation-related article you think should be included in headlines? Drop me an email! And don’t forget, Metro is on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Pick your social media poison!  DTLA businesses semi-win lawsuit against Regional Connector (Curbed LA) The U.S. District Court ruled last week that work on the project is allowed to continue [continue reading]