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Mike Bonin

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Councilman for LA's 11th City Council District, which includes much of the Westside, including Venice

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The last time Los Angeles residents were able to take a train to the beach, it was the Red Car in 1953.

Riding the Expo Line

The last time Los Angeles residents were able to take a train to the beach, it was the Red Car in 1953.

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Several projects approved by the LA City Council have recently been stopped by lawsuits — after they were already under way.

The Mobility Plan Gets Another Look at LA City Hall

Several projects approved by the LA City Council have recently been stopped by lawsuits — after they were already under way.

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Last month, LA Mayor Eric Garcetti’s Airport Commission approved plans for Uber, Lyft and other ride-sharing companies to pick up passengers at LAX.

City Government and the Sharing Economy

Last month, LA Mayor Eric Garcetti’s Airport Commission approved plans for Uber, Lyft and other ride-sharing companies to pick up passengers at LAX.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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