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July 13, 1990 | WILLIAM TROMBLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Light rail systems, like the Blue Line that will begin to run between Los Angeles and Long Beach this weekend, are attractive and fun to ride, but they tend to be expensive money-losers that do little to solve urban transportation problems. That is the widely held view of academic experts who have studied the new light rail lines that have been built in various American cities in recent years. A recent U.S. Department of Transportation study of new light rail projects in Buffalo, N.Y.
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May 1, 1991 | GREG BRAXTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Southwest Airlines will inaugurate six daily flights to Sacramento from Burbank Airport in June, with a one-way fare of $59, officials said Tuesday. The announcement came on the eve of a pullout by USAir, the airport's largest carrier, which will cease operations today at the facility. The new flights, accompanied by expanded schedules for United and American airlines, leave the airport with 74 daily flights, just six fewer than before the USAir pullout.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 24, 1991
Railroad enthusiasts who have spent the last six years restoring Santa Fe steam engine 3751 said Tuesday that they will be unable to take passengers on a planned three-day excursion to Sacramento next week because the engine will not be completely tested and ready.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 1, 1991
Southwest Airlines will inaugurate six daily flights to Sacramento from Burbank Airport in June, with a one-way fare of $59, officials said Tuesday. The announcement came on the eve of a pullout by USAir, the airport's largest carrier, which will cease operations today at the facility. The new flights, accompanied by expanded schedules by United and American airlines, leaves the airport with 74 daily flights, just six fewer than before the USAir pullout.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 1, 1991 | GREG BRAXTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Southwest Airlines will inaugurate six daily flights to Sacramento from Burbank Airport in June, with a one-way fare of $59, officials said Tuesday. The announcement came on the eve of a pullout by USAir, the airport's largest carrier, which will cease operations today at the facility. The new flights, accompanied by expanded schedules for United and American airlines, leave the airport with 74 daily flights, just six fewer than before the USAir pullout.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 1, 1991
Southwest Airlines will inaugurate six daily flights to Sacramento from Burbank Airport in June, with a one-way fare of $59, officials said Tuesday. The announcement came on the eve of a pullout by USAir, the airport's largest carrier, which will cease operations today at the facility. The new flights, accompanied by expanded schedules by United and American airlines, leaves the airport with 74 daily flights, just six fewer than before the USAir pullout.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 24, 1991
Railroad enthusiasts who have spent the last six years restoring Santa Fe steam engine 3751 said Tuesday that they will be unable to take passengers on a planned three-day excursion to Sacramento next week because the engine will not be completely tested and ready.
NEWS
July 13, 1990 | WILLIAM TROMBLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Light rail systems, like the Blue Line that will begin to run between Los Angeles and Long Beach this weekend, are attractive and fun to ride, but they tend to be expensive money-losers that do little to solve urban transportation problems. That is the widely held view of academic experts who have studied the new light rail lines that have been built in various American cities in recent years. A recent U.S. Department of Transportation study of new light rail projects in Buffalo, N.Y.
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