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Since spring of last year, Metro Los Angeles has been heaving up dirt by the crane-load to form an “exploratory shaft” at Ogden and Wilshire. Sixty-five feet in, workers have come across a few ancient discoveries
Unearthing the history of the Chinese laborers who laid the tracks for L.A.’s rapid growth
Where are they headed if there’s no one along for the ride?
Art pieces commissioned for Metro stations are usually rubbed out if they’re removed. What’s up with that?
In case you missed it or were just too modest not to avert your eyes, here’s what happened when Angelenos took off their pants and took to the Metro for the annual nationwide event
In what was his inaugural trip to D.C. since taking office, Eric Garcetti went to bat for our city, hoping to procure federal funds for the L.A. River Alternative 20 plan as well as subway and light rail projects
Seeing the city from the ground (or in this case, below it) up
Boston design firm creates stylish new guide to L.A. freeways
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It’s Bike Week. Who says? The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, that’s who, and the organization is backing it up with cycling-friendly events scheduled each day this week. Here’s the schedule: