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February 22, 1995 | JAMES FLANIGAN
With less visible impact than an earthquake or a riot, Los Angeles recently received news that it won't be like Tokyo, New York, London and other great cities. The Metropolitan Transit Authority publicly faced the fact that the money won't be there for a 30-year, $180-billion grand plan that was to have strung rail lines and subways all over the Los Angeles Basin, giving the area a transit system like those of most other great urban centers.
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February 22, 1995 | JAMES FLANIGAN
With less visible impact than an earthquake or a riot, Los Angeles recently received news that it won't be like Tokyo, New York, London and other great cities. The Metropolitan Transit Authority publicly faced the fact that the money won't be there for a 30-year, $180-billion grand plan that was to have strung rail lines and subways all over the Los Angeles Basin, giving the area a transit system like those of most other great urban centers.
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