Conan Cheung

Metro

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Deputy Executive Officer for Operations at Metro, in charge of the Service, Planning and Scheduling Department

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For 10 years, LA's Metro, and its predecessor, MTA, functioned under a federal consent decree, which required more buses and lower fares to benefit poor people of color.

Cuts to LA's Bus Lines

For 10 years, LA's Metro, and its predecessor, MTA, functioned under a federal consent decree, which required more buses and lower fares to benefit poor people of color.

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