ken Alpern

A transit advocate, he is co-chair of Council District 11’s Transportation Advisory Committee

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A transit advocate, he is co-chair of Council District 11’s Transportation Advisory Committee   

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Metro’s Expo Line is on its way from Culver City to Santa Monica and other parts of the West Side—with the goal of reducing regional traffic congestion.

The Expo Line Draws A Gold Rush

Metro’s Expo Line is on its way from Culver City to Santa Monica and other parts of the West Side—with the goal of reducing regional traffic congestion.

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