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Yesterday, Metro shared April 2024 ridership figures, showing 967,548 average daily weekday riders, a COVID-era record (exceeding October 2023’s 956,754)

  • Metro Presentation: April 2024 Daily Transit Ridership Hit COVID-Era High
  • Streets for All Alert: County Vision Zero Budget Threatened (Biking in L.A.)
  • Carnage: Irvine Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Person (KTLA)
    • Suspected DUI Driver Hospitalized After Crashing Into Tree In DTLA (KTLA)
    • Driver Crashes Van Over Cliff In Whittier Area (KTLA)
    • GoFundMe Started For Santa Clarita Crash Victim's Family (Hometown Station)
    • Memorial Grows At Pasadena Crash Site (SGV Tribune)
    • Pasadena Driver Had Suspended License Due To DUI (Pasadena Now, SGV Tribune)
  • In Encino, Robber With Pliers Assaults Metro Bus Rider (KTLA)
  • More On Yesterday's Metro Stabbing Incidents (LAT, Daily News)
  • CA Offers $400 Incentive To Participate In Road Charge Pilot (LAT)
  • Farmworkers Still Dying On California Roads (LAist)
  • Metro CEO Wiggins To Keynote CSU Dominguez Hills Graduation (Sentinel)
  • Metro Offers Free Rides Tomorrow-Thursday For Bike Month (Pasadena Now)

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