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Weekly Wrap-Up

  This week’s biggest headlines in transportation: “Smartphones Are Killing Americans, But Nobody’s Counting” “Hyperloop a ‘Viable’ Product That Can Be Insured, Study Says” “Improving Life and Business on West Hollywood’s Eastside” “Brown Signs Bill on CTC Representation, Vetoes One on Transit Passes” “Apple Still Hasn’t Admitted It’s Working on a Self-Driving Car, But This […]

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Weekly Wrap-Up

  This week’s biggest headlines in transportation: “CicLAvia Returns to Downtown LA With a Six-Mile, Car-Free Route” “Venice Boulevard After 90 Days: Safer, Less Speeding, Normal Travel Times” “Governor Brown Signs Bill Requiring Bus Drivers, Passengers to Wear Seat Belts” “New Options Revealed For South Bay Metro Rail Extension” “Trump’s Reversal on Public-Private Partnerships is […]

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Weekly Wrap-Up

  This week’s biggest headlines in transportation: “Governor Brown Signs Bill: No More Tickets for Crossing on Countdown” “Bike Share Needs Complimentary Infrastructure” “UCLA Plans Major Expansion of Student Housing Capacity” “New Orange Line Bridge and Crossing Gates Recommended to Reduce Busway Travel Times” “Subway Planning Needs to Address the Dreadful Walking Experience Around Stations” […]

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CSO Evening Van Rebranded As UCLA Safe Ride

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Did you know that you can get free rides at night between campus buildings and to on-campus housing and nearby residential areas? UCLA Safe Ride, previously known as the CSO Evening Van, provides secure, reliable evening transportation for all UCLA staff, faculty, students and visitors. All you have to do is download the TapRide app through Google […]

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Weekly Wrap-Up

  This week’s biggest headlines in transportation: “Erik Jansen Named New Executive Director of LACBC” “DC Gives New Dockless Bike-Share Services a Trial Run” “Gold Line Extension Could Lead to Closure of Claremont Metrolink Station” “‘Road Diet’ Opponents Awaiting Study” “Why Santa Monica Got Rid of Parking Minimums Downtown. And Why Other Cities Should Consider […]

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