Rick Thorpe

Exposition Metro Line Construction Authority (former)

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Former CEO of the Exposition Metro Line Construction Authority

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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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