Christine Cotter / Los Angeles Times
November 16, 2009
The trolley that used to circle Claremont Village now sits idle in a city yard, its neon "Free Rides" sign reduced to a blank screen. At the route's peak last year, there were 12.3 riders an hour, far below the city's expectations.
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