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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 3, 1994
To close a massive budget shortfall next year, the county transit authority must consider reducing bus service, cutting some superfluous administrative positions and slashing salaries and benefits of thousands of employees, a team of independent auditors said Wednesday. A report presented to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority recommended that the agency eliminate bus routes that run parallel with trolley and subway services and cut back service on weekends.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 3, 1998
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority won state approval Tuesday for a six-year, $1.9-billion plan designed to help keep subway construction to North Hollywood on track and to fund other projects, including the Alameda Corridor and freeway carpool lanes. The California Transportation Commission's approval of the MTA's spending plan was an important step forward in transit chief Julian Burke's efforts to keep a promise to federal officials to open the North Hollywood subway extension by 2000.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 3, 1998
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority won state approval Tuesday for a six-year, $1.9-billion plan designed to help keep subway construction to North Hollywood on track and to fund other projects, including the Alameda Corridor and freeway carpool lanes. The California Transportation Commission's approval of the MTA's spending plan was an important step forward in transit chief Julian Burke's efforts to keep a promise to federal officials to open the North Hollywood subway extension by 2000.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 3, 1994
To close a massive budget shortfall next year, the county transit authority must consider reducing bus service, cutting some superfluous administrative positions and slashing salaries and benefits of thousands of employees, a team of independent auditors said Wednesday. A report presented to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority recommended that the agency eliminate bus routes that run parallel with trolley and subway services and cut back service on weekends.
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