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Denny Zane

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Executive Director of Move LA, which advocates for a comprehensive, diverse, robust, clean, and financially sound public transportation system for LA County; former Mahor of Santa Monica

Denny Zane on KCRW

California's economy depends on transportation, but money is running short to repair an aging infrastructure.

Is LA Still the Car Capital of the World?

California's economy depends on transportation, but money is running short to repair an aging infrastructure.

from Which Way, L.A.?

Metro’s Expo Line is on its way from Culver City to Santa Monica and other parts of the West Side—with the goal of reducing regional traffic congestion.

The Expo Line Draws A Gold Rush

Metro’s Expo Line is on its way from Culver City to Santa Monica and other parts of the West Side—with the goal of reducing regional traffic congestion.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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