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December 8, 2011

So. Cal approves transportation/sustainability plan

The draft presents a long-term strategic investment plan for transportation and housing through 2035. The SCAG region includes six counties, 191 cities and more than 18 million residents.


May 4, 2010

OCTA’s intermodal center honored for sustainable design

Anaheim, Calif. project selected for its innovative, environmental-friendly technologies and the new development opportunities it creates that complement and support the local economy.


October 26, 2009

L.A. Metro board approves 30-year transit plan

County projected to grow by almost three million people over the next 30 years. Plan examines the impacts this growth will have on the mobility of the county, which includes increasing demand on streets, highways, buses and trains, and it recommends what can be done to address those impacts within anticipated revenues.


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