Erin Steva

Transportation Advocate, CalPRIG

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Transportation advocate for CalPRIG, the California Public Interest Research Group

Erin Steva on KCRW

Los Angeles Times business columnist David Lazarus doesn't ride public transit to work every day but, in today's paper,  he wrote  that he would — if it were more "user-friendly." …

Public Transportation in a Time of Budget Cuts

Los Angeles Times business columnist David Lazarus doesn't ride public transit to work every day but, in today's paper, he wrote that he would — if it were more "user-friendly." …

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