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November 9, 1996
Holiday shoppers in Covina will get a blast from the past next weekend, when a trolley car route opens between Covina Park and the city's downtown. The car is modeled on the Red Line trolley cars that once ran through Los Angeles County, traveling along Badillo Street in Covina. The city ran the trolley line last summer, and the route was so successful that it has been expanded it for the holiday program.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 7, 1997
The city will spend $15,000 in the next year to offer a $1-a-ride taxi service to shuttle Metrolink passengers to and from their homes and businesses. After a nine-month trial, the City Council recently authorized the Taxi Link service, which will be paid for with special transportation funds. About 20 passengers per day used the service during the trial, which was financed by the South Coast Air Quality Management District, city officials said.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 7, 1997
The city will spend $15,000 in the next year to offer a $1-a-ride taxi service to shuttle Metrolink passengers to and from their homes and businesses. After a nine-month trial, the City Council recently authorized the Taxi Link service, which will be paid for with special transportation funds. About 20 passengers per day used the service during the trial, which was financed by the South Coast Air Quality Management District, city officials said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 9, 1996
Holiday shoppers in Covina will get a blast from the past next weekend, when a trolley car route opens between Covina Park and the city's downtown. The car is modeled on the Red Line trolley cars that once ran through Los Angeles County, traveling along Badillo Street in Covina. The city ran the trolley line last summer, and the route was so successful that it has been expanded it for the holiday program.
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