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  • In Myanmar, sidecars still a popular mode of transport

    In Myanmar, sidecars still a popular mode of transport
    Tanned to a deep espresso, shaded by a bamboo hat strapped under his chin, Linn Naing mounts his black Hero bicycle like a cowboy saddling up on his steed. He props up the red cushions in his sidecar, and his flip-flopped feet churn the pedals, heaving man and machine forward in search of an honest day's wage.
  • Start-ups offer Bay Area travelers alternative to crowded bus system

    Start-ups offer Bay Area travelers alternative to crowded bus system
    A bright blue bus pulled to the curb in the busy Financial District, where two men in plaid shirts and backpacks were focused on their phones. Josh Pincus, 21, stepped aboard, greeted the driver and settled onto a padded bench at the rear, beneath a...

    Report: Converting Metro's Orange Line to rail could cost $1.7 billion

    Report: Converting Metro's Orange Line to rail could cost $1.7 billion
    Converting the San Fernando Valley's dedicated busway to light rail would cost well over $1 billion, but may become necessary if ridership along the route continues to grow, according to a new analysis. Building a light-rail line along the 18-mile...

    Confused about parking restrictions? Redesigned street signs may help

    Confused about parking restrictions? Redesigned street signs may help
    Squinting out a car window to decipher a stack of pole-bound parking signs is one of L.A.'s more annoying experiences.  That could change starting this weekend, with the launch of a new sign aimed at making parking restrictions easier to understand. The...

    MTA's toll-lane project may be a victim of its own success

    MTA's toll-lane project may be a victim of its own success
    The conversion of the 110 Freeway's carpool lanes into toll lanes was not without bumps: Some Angelenos feared that adding tolls to the Los Angeles County freeway network would further divide rich and poor commuters. Others groused that freeways should be...