Phil Washington

CEO of the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority

CEO of the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority

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LA traffic is getting worse. So what is it going to take to get you out of your car and onto a bus or train?

What will it take you to give up the car?

LA traffic is getting worse. So what is it going to take to get you out of your car and onto a bus or train?

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London, Stockholm and Singapore have it. Could LA County?

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