Rachel Uranga

LA Times reporter covering transportation and mobility

Rachel Uranga on KCRW

Some LA transit officials are concerned that unhoused Angelenos aboard the county’s buses and trains are preventing ridership numbers from returning to pre-pandemic levels.

LA Metro finds itself as de facto homeless agency. How does this affect other riders?

Some LA transit officials are concerned that unhoused Angelenos aboard the county’s buses and trains are preventing ridership numbers from returning to pre-pandemic levels.

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