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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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Weekly Wrap-Up

  This week’s biggest headlines in transportation: “Cap-and-Trade Funding Will Go For Electric Vehicles, Other Programs–But Not Transit Passes” “Critics Frustrated By ‘Road Diets’ Launch Effort to Recall LA Councilman Mike Bonin” “Metro Contributes Funds to Create and Preserve Affordable Housing Near Transit” “What Should Metro Name Its Twin Tunneling Machines For the Purple Line […]

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How Commuter Students Can Get the Most Out of Their UCLA Experience

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There’s no reason to let a little distance come between a commuter student and an authentic college experience. You may not be residing on the Hill or in Westwood’s Weyburn Terrace—with Diddy Riese cookie sandwiches nearby—but that doesn’t mean UCLA can’t feel like home. To start off your year, link up with fellow travelers at a […]

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Weekly Wrap-Up

  This week’s biggest headlines in transportation: “Now’s the Time to Save Federal Transit Funding” “Could London-Style Toll Zones Reduce LA Traffic?” “710 Freeway Expansion: What $12 Billion Will Pay For…Maybe Some Day” “The New Nissan LEAF Is Here, and It’s…Interesting” “Where ‘Jaywalking’ Is Not a Crime” “Skeptics May Lecture, But California High-Speed Rail Is […]

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How Is Climate Change Affecting Hurricanes?

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The 2017 Atlantic hurricane season is already the worst this country has seen, and we’re barely halfway through it.  But this is what climate scientists predicted: As global temperatures continue to rise, we will continue to see bigger, more destructive storms. The reason behind this comes down to one thing: The air can hold 7% more […]

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