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Los Angeles

May 5, 2020 6:57 pm
LA Metro set to lose up to $800M, 57 employees contract coronavirus

The Los Angles Metro system is being hit with losses up to $800 million because of low-ridership amid the coronavirus pandemic. The transportation agency has reported at least 57 cases of COVID-19 among its employees, contractors and vendors.
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Los Angeles County’s Metro reports 57 confirmed coronavirus cases among employees as of Monday and anticipates losses of up to $800 million due to low ridership.

By Arif Abd Aziz

Los Angeles

Apr 10, 2020 5:14 pm
Portion of Wilshire Boulevard closes to allow for Metro construction

A section of Wilshire Boulevard closed April 2 to expedite the construction of the Purple Line subway extension, but there are no confirmed plans to do the same in Westwood.

By Maanas Oruganti

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