Marc Littman

Metro

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Director of Public Relations for Metro (formally known as the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority)

Marc Littman on KCRW

Despite months of warnings before July of last year,  there was no Carmageddon  when Metro closed down the 405 Freeway through the Sepulveda Pass from Friday night until Monday…

Is LA Too Complacent about Carmageddon 2?

Despite months of warnings before July of last year, there was no Carmageddon when Metro closed down the 405 Freeway through the Sepulveda Pass from Friday night until Monday…

from Which Way, L.A.?

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." …

from Which Way, L.A.?

Since last year, Arnold Schwarzenegger has been
getting international news coverage as America's number one warrior in the
 fight against global warming . Today Mayor Villaraigosa…

'Green' Governor's Budget Cuts Threaten Public Transit

Since last year, Arnold Schwarzenegger has been getting international news coverage as America's number one warrior in the fight against global warming . Today Mayor Villaraigosa…

from Which Way, L.A.?

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