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the skunks of los feliz
11.01.2005
 
If it's Tuesday, it's time for Transit Notes:

- It may be too early to call the Orange Line a bust, but hundreds of unused parking places at MTA lots would seem to indicate that Valley commuters are not exactly rushing to abandon their cars in favor of the busway.

- Metro is holding it's first Exposition Line community meeting tomorrow night from 5-8 p.m. at the Veterans Memorial Auditorium in Culver City, followed quickly by a repeat performance on Thursday at the West Los Angeles Church. Will the neighborhoods buy into Metro's vision of east-west rail? We'll see.

- The Gold Line extension is experiencing your typical MTA construction problems: discovering human remains during excavation operations, and finding out (after construction begins) that a school lies right in the middle of the line's planned right of way.

- On the other end of the Gold Line, NIMBY-ism begins to rear it's ugly head along the proposed route of the Foothill Extension.
 
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