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Beverly Hills Bike Share Now in Motion

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Photo by City of Beverly Hills Beverly Hills launched its bike share program last week. The new bike rental system includes 50 smart bikes with onboard technology and 100 bike docking racks in ten stations located throughout the city. How does it work? Download the Social Bicycles smart phone app or go to the Beverly […]

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Expo Line Extension Opens This Friday!

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Metro is offering transit users free rides on the Expo Line this Friday and Saturday when the highly-anticipated 6.6-mile extension will finally make its way to the Westside. The free rides on Friday will run from noon until the close of service. On Saturday, May 21, the free rides will begin at 4:42 a.m. in […]

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5 Ways to Green Your Commute for Earth Day

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What are you doing to make this planet a safer and greener place on April 22nd? With Earth Day rapidly approaching, what better way to celebrate than by playing your part in making Earth a cleaner, healthier and more sustainable planet for all. We’ve compiled a list of things we city folk can do to give […]

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Commute Times Are On the Rise

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Here in the Los Angeles metropolitan area, we are certainly not strangers to insane traffic and lengthy commute times, even for those who live close to work. However, commute times aren’t just high in LA, according to Trulia economists. Commutes are on the rise nationwide. Between 2006 and 2014 there was a 5-percent increase in renters […]

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UCLA Releases Annual ‘State of the Commute’ Report

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Amid a growing population of staff, faculty and students, UCLA Transportation is still on track to reach its Climate Action Plan goal of a 50% alternative transportation commute rate, according to its newly-released “State of the Commute” report. In 2015, UCLA’s drive-alone rate was close to 54% for employees, significantly lower than Los Angeles County as a whole, where […]

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