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  • L.A. street repair agency riddled with problems, audit finds
    L.A. street repair agency riddled with problems, audit finds

    City auditors revealed Thursday that the bureau charged with fixing and maintaining Los Angeles' streets is beset with problems that include failing to collect or spend hundreds of millions of dollars, keeping shoddy records and neglecting to address the most heavily trafficked roads...

  • California bullet train project scores major court victory
    California bullet train project scores major court victory

    In a major victory for California’s bullet train project, an appellate court Thursday overturned a lower court ruling that found the state failed to comply with the law in developing a funding plan for the $68 billion line between Los Angeles and San Francisco.

  • Senate reports are critical of Bay Bridge construction oversight
    Senate reports are critical of Bay Bridge construction oversight

    Two reports prepared for a state Senate committee reiterate that the new eastern span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge is safe, but note problems with transparency, oversight of engineering flaws and purported retaliation against top project employees who raised concerns.

  • Audit exposes management failures at L.A.'s Bureau of Street Services
    Audit exposes management failures at L.A.'s Bureau of Street Services

    A new audit found that the city agency charged with fixing and maintaining Los Angeles' streets is beset with problems, including failing to collect or spend hundreds of millions of dollars that could be used to patch roads, keeping shoddy records and neglecting to put busy and heavily...

  • UCLA flood: DWP should cover costs of water-main break, school says
    UCLA flood: DWP should cover costs of water-main break, school says

    UCLA flood damage costs caused by a ruptured water main should be paid by the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, a university official said Wednesday, even as officials continued to tally the cost.

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