Kathleen McCune

Metro

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Director of Metro's ExpressLanes Program

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LA County's Metro has released its first  report on toll lanes  requiring transponders on the 110 Freeway. Average speeds on lanes that used to be free for carpoolers have increased.

Update on the 110 Toll Lanes

LA County's Metro has released its first report on toll lanes requiring transponders on the 110 Freeway. Average speeds on lanes that used to be free for carpoolers have increased.

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