Farooq Ameen

City Design Studio

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Urban designer and principal of City Design Studio

Farooq Ameen on KCRW

For the first time since the  Red Cars , there's a train from Culver City to Downtown LA.  After a weekend of free rides from the Westside to downtown and back, Metro's new  Expo Line …

First Commuters Start Riding the Expo Line

For the first time since the Red Cars , there's a train from Culver City to Downtown LA.  After a weekend of free rides from the Westside to downtown and back, Metro's new Expo Line …

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