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    Metro Unveils $120B Plan To Repair Roads, LA Infrastructure
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    Metro Unveils $120B Plan To Repair Roads, LA Infrastructure

    November 17, 2019


    DISPLACED AND THAT’S COSTING THE COMPANY ABOUT $2 MILLION EVERY DAY. $120 MILLION IN ROAD REPAIR IMPROVEMENTS. TODAY METRO UNVEILED A PLAN TO MAKE DRIVING BETTER FOR ALL OF US. LOUISA HODGE TELLS US HOW METRO PLANS TO PAY FOR THE ROADWORK. REPORTER: TRANSPORTATION TRANSFORMATION. THAT’S WHAT PHILLIP WASHINGTON CALLS THE NEW AND UNPRECEDENTED PLAN INTRODUCED BY L.A. COUNTY METRO. ITS MOST AGGRESSIVE AND EXPENSIVE IN THIS COUNTRY. FOR PART OF THE PLAN OUTLINES A TRANSPORTATION LOGIC THAT WILL WOULD COST MORE THAN $120 BILLION FUNDED THROUGH POTENTIAL BALLOT MEASURE. WOULD ASK FOR A TAX AND CONTINUED EXISTING MEASURED FOR AN EXTRA 18 YEARS. IS A LITTLE HIGH BUT THE CITY NEEDS BETTER PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION. THE PROPOSAL INCLUDES AN INCREASE IN PASSENGERS EVERY YEAR TO. THE PLAN WOULD INCLUDE SPENDING BILLIONS ON CYCLING PEDESTRIAN PROJECTS AND PREPARE TRAIN FACILITIES. 18 MAJOR PRODUCTS WOULD TAKE LACE IN THE FIRST 15 YEARS INCLUDING ADDING NEW FREEWAY LANES NET — AND ONE OF THE MOST AMBITIOUS PROJECTS THE SEPULVEDA TIME I’LL WOULD TEST AND EXPECTED MULTIBILLION DOLLAR PRICE TAG. WHAT WE ARE PROPOSING IS SOME TYPE FOR THE EXPRESS LANE PACKAGE WHERE THERE ARE TOLLS AND A REASONABLE TOLL PRICE TO HELP US PAY FOR THE RAIL. WHILE THIS IS JUST THE BEGINNING OF CHANGES TO COME A PLAN IS NOW IN MOTION BUT THE DECISION ON WHICH ROUTE TO TAKE

    KC voters to face light rail question on Tuesday
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    KC voters to face light rail question on Tuesday

    October 17, 2019


    KANSAS CITY VOTERS WILL FIND SEVERAL QUESTIONS ON THE BALLOT TUESDAY. MATT: ONE OF THOSE, ABOUT LIGHT RAIL. KANSAS CITY QUESTION 3: ASKS VOTERS TO SUPPORT THREE SALES TAXES. TO PAY FOR A NEW CITYWIDE LIGHT RAIL TRANSIT SYSTEM. A LONG-TIME POLITICAL ACTIVIST AND FORMER CITY COUNCIL MEMBER, TELLS US IT WOULD HELP HIS DAUGHTER GET TO WORK.>>I HAVE TO GET UP AT 4:00 IN THE MORNING TO GET HER TO THE OFFICE AT 6:00 SO SHE CAN GET AN ASSIGNMENT BY 7:00. IF SHE WERE TO DO IT ON HER OWN, IT WOULD BE 3 BUSES JUST TO GET TO THE OFFICE AND MORE TO GET TO WHERE THE ASSIGNMENT IS. WE NEED RAIL, WE REALLY DO.

    Light rail expansion on track to continue after Phoenix voters reject Prop 105
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    Light rail expansion on track to continue after Phoenix voters reject Prop 105

    October 13, 2019


    BUMPER BUMPER AND BUMPER AND ON BUMPER AND ON THE BUMPER AND ON THE FRONT BUMPER AND ON THE FRONT
    PASSENGER BUMPER AND ON THE FRONT
    PASSENGER SIDE BUMPER AND ON THE FRONT
    PASSENGER SIDE IS BUMPER AND ON THE FRONT
    PASSENGER SIDE IS ALL BUMPER AND ON THE FRONT
    PASSENGER SIDE IS ALL THAT BUMPER AND ON THE FRONT
    PASSENGER SIDE IS ALL THAT CAR, PASSENGER SIDE IS ALL THAT CAR, PASSENGER SIDE IS ALL THAT CAR,
    AND PASSENGER SIDE IS ALL THAT CAR,
    AND IF PASSENGER SIDE IS ALL THAT CAR,
    AND IF YOU PASSENGER SIDE IS ALL THAT CAR,
    AND IF YOU SEE PASSENGER SIDE IS ALL THAT CAR,
    AND IF YOU SEE THEM, PASSENGER SIDE IS ALL THAT CAR,
    AND IF YOU SEE THEM, YOU PASSENGER SIDE IS ALL THAT CAR,
    AND IF YOU SEE THEM, YOU SHOULD AND IF YOU SEE THEM, YOU SHOULD AND IF YOU SEE THEM, YOU SHOULD
    CALL AND IF YOU SEE THEM, YOU SHOULD
    CALL 911 AND IF YOU SEE THEM, YOU SHOULD
    CALL 911 OR AND IF YOU SEE THEM, YOU SHOULD
    CALL 911 OR 88-CRIME. AND IF YOU SEE THEM, YOU SHOULD
    CALL 911 OR 88-CRIME. GUIDE, CALL 911 OR 88-CRIME. GUIDE, CALL 911 OR 88-CRIME. GUIDE,
    BACK CALL 911 OR 88-CRIME. GUIDE,
    BACK OVER CALL 911 OR 88-CRIME. GUIDE,
    BACK OVER TO CALL 911 OR 88-CRIME. GUIDE,
    BACK OVER TO YOU. BACK OVER TO YOU. BACK OVER TO YOU.
    THE BACK OVER TO YOU.
    THE RESULTS BACK OVER TO YOU.
    THE RESULTS ARE BACK OVER TO YOU.
    THE RESULTS ARE IN, BACK OVER TO YOU.
    THE RESULTS ARE IN, AND BACK OVER TO YOU.
    THE RESULTS ARE IN, AND THE THE RESULTS ARE IN, AND THE THE RESULTS ARE IN, AND THE
    LIGHT THE RESULTS ARE IN, AND THE
    LIGHT RAIL THE RESULTS ARE IN, AND THE
    LIGHT RAIL EXPANSION THE RESULTS ARE IN, AND THE
    LIGHT RAIL EXPANSION WILL THE RESULTS ARE IN, AND THE
    LIGHT RAIL EXPANSION WILL MOVE LIGHT RAIL EXPANSION WILL MOVE LIGHT RAIL EXPANSION WILL MOVE
    FORWARD. FORWARD. FORWARD.
    TODAY, FORWARD.
    TODAY, PHOENIX FORWARD.
    TODAY, PHOENIX VOTERS FORWARD.
    TODAY, PHOENIX VOTERS HIT FORWARD.
    TODAY, PHOENIX VOTERS HIT THE TODAY, PHOENIX VOTERS HIT THE TODAY, PHOENIX VOTERS HIT THE
    POLLS TODAY, PHOENIX VOTERS HIT THE
    POLLS TO TODAY, PHOENIX VOTERS HIT THE
    POLLS TO DECIDE TODAY, PHOENIX VOTERS HIT THE
    POLLS TO DECIDE THE TODAY, PHOENIX VOTERS HIT THE
    POLLS TO DECIDE THE FUTURE TODAY, PHOENIX VOTERS HIT THE
    POLLS TO DECIDE THE FUTURE OF POLLS TO DECIDE THE FUTURE OF POLLS TO DECIDE THE FUTURE OF
    THE POLLS TO DECIDE THE FUTURE OF
    THE CONTESTED POLLS TO DECIDE THE FUTURE OF
    THE CONTESTED LIGHT POLLS TO DECIDE THE FUTURE OF
    THE CONTESTED LIGHT RAIL POLLS TO DECIDE THE FUTURE OF
    THE CONTESTED LIGHT RAIL . POLLS TO DECIDE THE FUTURE OF
    THE CONTESTED LIGHT RAIL . AS THE CONTESTED LIGHT RAIL . AS THE CONTESTED LIGHT RAIL . AS
    IT THE CONTESTED LIGHT RAIL . AS
    IT STANDS, THE CONTESTED LIGHT RAIL . AS
    IT STANDS, 62% THE CONTESTED LIGHT RAIL . AS
    IT STANDS, 62% OF THE CONTESTED LIGHT RAIL . AS
    IT STANDS, 62% OF VOTERS THE CONTESTED LIGHT RAIL . AS
    IT STANDS, 62% OF VOTERS SAID IT STANDS, 62% OF VOTERS SAID IT STANDS, 62% OF VOTERS SAID
    NO, IT STANDS, 62% OF VOTERS SAID
    NO, WHICH IT STANDS, 62% OF VOTERS SAID
    NO, WHICH MEANS IT STANDS, 62% OF VOTERS SAID
    NO, WHICH MEANS THEY IT STANDS, 62% OF VOTERS SAID
    NO, WHICH MEANS THEY DID IT STANDS, 62% OF VOTERS SAID
    NO, WHICH MEANS THEY DID NOT NO, WHICH MEANS THEY DID NOT NO, WHICH MEANS THEY DID NOT
    WANT NO, WHICH MEANS THEY DID NOT
    WANT LIGHT NO, WHICH MEANS THEY DID NOT
    WANT LIGHT RAIL NO, WHICH MEANS THEY DID NOT
    WANT LIGHT RAIL CONSTRUCTION NO, WHICH MEANS THEY DID NOT
    WANT LIGHT RAIL CONSTRUCTION TO WANT LIGHT RAIL CONSTRUCTION TO WANT LIGHT RAIL CONSTRUCTION TO
    STOP. STOP. STOP.
    ALMOST STOP.
    ALMOST 38% STOP.
    ALMOST 38% OF STOP.
    ALMOST 38% OF VOTERS STOP.
    ALMOST 38% OF VOTERS DID STOP.
    ALMOST 38% OF VOTERS DID WANT ALMOST 38% OF VOTERS DID WANT ALMOST 38% OF VOTERS DID WANT
    LIGHT ALMOST 38% OF VOTERS DID WANT
    LIGHT RAIL ALMOST 38% OF VOTERS DID WANT
    LIGHT RAIL EXPANSION ALMOST 38% OF VOTERS DID WANT
    LIGHT RAIL EXPANSION TO ALMOST 38% OF VOTERS DID WANT
    LIGHT RAIL EXPANSION TO STOP, LIGHT RAIL EXPANSION TO STOP, LIGHT RAIL EXPANSION TO STOP,
    BUT LIGHT RAIL EXPANSION TO STOP,
    BUT THERE LIGHT RAIL EXPANSION TO STOP,
    BUT THERE JUST LIGHT RAIL EXPANSION TO STOP,
    BUT THERE JUST ONE LIGHT RAIL EXPANSION TO STOP,
    BUT THERE JUST ONE ENOUGH LIGHT RAIL EXPANSION TO STOP,
    BUT THERE JUST ONE ENOUGH VOTES BUT THERE JUST ONE ENOUGH VOTES BUT THERE JUST ONE ENOUGH VOTES
    TO BUT THERE JUST ONE ENOUGH VOTES
    TO CARRY BUT THERE JUST ONE ENOUGH VOTES
    TO CARRY IT. TO CARRY IT. TO CARRY IT.
    THE TO CARRY IT.
    THE OTHER TO CARRY IT.
    THE OTHER PROPS TO CARRY IT.
    THE OTHER PROPS ON TO CARRY IT.
    THE OTHER PROPS ON THE TO CARRY IT.
    THE OTHER PROPS ON THE BALLOT THE OTHER PROPS ON THE BALLOT THE OTHER PROPS ON THE BALLOT
    TONIGHT, THE OTHER PROPS ON THE BALLOT
    TONIGHT, PROP THE OTHER PROPS ON THE BALLOT
    TONIGHT, PROP 106 THE OTHER PROPS ON THE BALLOT
    TONIGHT, PROP 106 AND THE OTHER PROPS ON THE BALLOT
    TONIGHT, PROP 106 AND THE THE OTHER PROPS ON THE BALLOT
    TONIGHT, PROP 106 AND THE CITY TONIGHT, PROP 106 AND THE CITY TONIGHT, PROP 106 AND THE CITY
    OF TONIGHT, PROP 106 AND THE CITY
    OF PHOENIX TONIGHT, PROP 106 AND THE CITY
    OF PHOENIX PENSIONS. OF PHOENIX PENSIONS. OF PHOENIX PENSIONS.
    PROP OF PHOENIX PENSIONS.
    PROP 106 OF PHOENIX PENSIONS.
    PROP 106 DEALS OF PHOENIX PENSIONS.
    PROP 106 DEALS WITH OF PHOENIX PENSIONS.
    PROP 106 DEALS WITH HOW OF PHOENIX PENSIONS.
    PROP 106 DEALS WITH HOW WE OF PHOENIX PENSIONS.
    PROP 106 DEALS WITH HOW WE WILL PROP 106 DEALS WITH HOW WE WILL PROP 106 DEALS WITH HOW WE WILL
    COVER PROP 106 DEALS WITH HOW WE WILL
    COVER THE PROP 106 DEALS WITH HOW WE WILL
    COVER THE $4.5 PROP 106 DEALS WITH HOW WE WILL
    COVER THE $4.5 BILLION PROP 106 DEALS WITH HOW WE WILL
    COVER THE $4.5 BILLION DEBT COVER THE $4.5 BILLION DEBT COVER THE $4.5 BILLION DEBT
    PHOENIX COVER THE $4.5 BILLION DEBT
    PHOENIX OWES COVER THE $4.5 BILLION DEBT
    PHOENIX OWES ITS COVER THE $4.5 BILLION DEBT
    PHOENIX OWES ITS RETIREES COVER THE $4.5 BILLION DEBT
    PHOENIX OWES ITS RETIREES IN PHOENIX OWES ITS RETIREES IN PHOENIX OWES ITS RETIREES IN
    FUTURE PHOENIX OWES ITS RETIREES IN
    FUTURE YEARS. FUTURE YEARS. FUTURE YEARS.
    66% FUTURE YEARS.
    66% OF FUTURE YEARS.
    66% OF VOTERS FUTURE YEARS.
    66% OF VOTERS VOTED FUTURE YEARS.
    66% OF VOTERS VOTED NO, FUTURE YEARS.
    66% OF VOTERS VOTED NO, MEANING 66% OF VOTERS VOTED NO, MEANING 66% OF VOTERS VOTED NO, MEANING
    THEY 66% OF VOTERS VOTED NO, MEANING
    THEY WILL 66% OF VOTERS VOTED NO, MEANING
    THEY WILL STICK 66% OF VOTERS VOTED NO, MEANING
    THEY WILL STICK WITH 66% OF VOTERS VOTED NO, MEANING
    THEY WILL STICK WITH THE THEY WILL STICK WITH THE THEY WILL STICK WITH THE
    CURRENT THEY WILL STICK WITH THE
    CURRENT PLAN THEY WILL STICK WITH THE
    CURRENT PLAN TO THEY WILL STICK WITH THE
    CURRENT PLAN TO PAY THEY WILL STICK WITH THE
    CURRENT PLAN TO PAY DOWN THEY WILL STICK WITH THE
    CURRENT PLAN TO PAY DOWN THE CURRENT PLAN TO PAY DOWN THE CURRENT PLAN TO PAY DOWN THE
    CITY’S CURRENT PLAN TO PAY DOWN THE
    CITY’S DEBT. CITY’S DEBT. CITY’S DEBT.
    WE CITY’S DEBT.
    WE CAUGHT CITY’S DEBT.
    WE CAUGHT UP CITY’S DEBT.
    WE CAUGHT UP WITH CITY’S DEBT.
    WE CAUGHT UP WITH PHOENIX CITY’S DEBT.
    WE CAUGHT UP WITH PHOENIX MAYOR WE CAUGHT UP WITH PHOENIX MAYOR WE CAUGHT UP WITH PHOENIX MAYOR
    KATE WE CAUGHT UP WITH PHOENIX MAYOR
    KATE GALLEGO WE CAUGHT UP WITH PHOENIX MAYOR
    KATE GALLEGO AFTER WE CAUGHT UP WITH PHOENIX MAYOR
    KATE GALLEGO AFTER THE WE CAUGHT UP WITH PHOENIX MAYOR
    KATE GALLEGO AFTER THE RESULTS KATE GALLEGO AFTER THE RESULTS KATE GALLEGO AFTER THE RESULTS
    CAME KATE GALLEGO AFTER THE RESULTS
    CAME IN. CAME IN. CAME IN.
    >>

    Trump voter: We’ve got a crazy man driving the train
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    Trump voter: We’ve got a crazy man driving the train

    September 10, 2019


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