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Going Green (Line) to LAX

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One politician won't give up on his mission to get the Green Line moving directly to LAX. And Metro won't give up on saying "no" to that idea.

It's not that Metro is trying to destroy any hopes of public transportation in Los Angeles, it's just the conservative and realistic tones they put out there when it comes future projects and funding. They say they want a connection to LAX and that possibility comes via their proposal for the Crenshaw Line, which is already moving through its initial public process.

Though, people complain on why it wasn't done in the first place and that has its own history, chock full of conspiracy theories. "Most people look at government and they think it's a conspiracy. It's so hard to believe it's as inept as it is," Ruth Galanter told a Daily Breeze reporter. Galanter is a former Los Angeles city councilwoman whose district included the airport. "I used to believe in conspiracies, until I discovered incompetence."

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