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Can L.A. Put the “10” in Its “30/10” Transit Plan?

3:33 PM EDT on April 7, 2010

As Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa continues to push for federal help with expediting his "30/10" transit expansion plan, winning support from California's Democratic senators, one big question remains unanswered: Can the city actually get all of its 13 proposed projects done within a decade, even if Washington steps in?

Over at Streetsblog LA, Damien Newton asked an array of local officials and advocates if they saw Villaraigosa's vision panning out on an expedited timeframe. Here's what he found:

The answer was a surprising, "maybe not, but the agency is working onmaking the changes it needs to make." I have to be honest. I expecteda "yes."

Check out the full post here.

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