Neal Broverman

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Editor at Curbed LA, an online news site covering LA real estate and architecture

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The vote today at Metro  to build a Leimert Park subway stop  on the Crenshaw Line is being described as a miracle.

Metro Board Approves Rail Stop at Leimert Park

The vote today at Metro to build a Leimert Park subway stop on the Crenshaw Line is being described as a miracle.

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On a vote of seven to two, LA County transportation officials decided today that the Subway to the Sea will require a tunnel 70 feet below the Beverly Hills High School.

Metro Board Moves Ahead with Purple Line under Beverly Hills HS

On a vote of seven to two, LA County transportation officials decided today that the Subway to the Sea will require a tunnel 70 feet below the Beverly Hills High School.

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