James E. Moore

University of Southern California

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Professor of engineering, public policy and management at the University of Southern California, currently on sabbatical at the Rand Corp

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When it comes to public transit in LA, ridership is down. LA has reduced service, closed entrances to stations, and started sanitizing vehicles and public spaces a lot more.

Future of public transit is the bus, not the train, says USC professor

When it comes to public transit in LA, ridership is down. LA has reduced service, closed entrances to stations, and started sanitizing vehicles and public spaces a lot more.

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California voters approved a  $9.95 billion bond issue  for high-speed rail from San Diego to San Francisco, and construction on the first leg is scheduled to begin next year.

High-Speed Rail in Trouble

California voters approved a $9.95 billion bond issue for high-speed rail from San Diego to San Francisco, and construction on the first leg is scheduled to begin next year.

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