25% of Los Angeles streets get a grade of “F” from the City’s own Bureau of Street Services. Rehabilitation would take $4 billion the Bureau doesn’t have. But it has failed to collect $191 million that it is actually owed, and $21 million it has collected have been returned. That’s according to “LA Streets: The Road to the Future,” which reports on an audit by City Controller Ron Galperin.
Why LA’s Streets Are So Bad
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