Erin Steva

Transportation Advocate, CalPRIG

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Transportation advocate for CalPRIG, the California Public Interest Research Group

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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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