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How can we mitigate traffic congestion, the housing affordability crisis, and homelessness before the 2026 World Cup and 2028 Olympics in LA? Although Metro expansion could be a solution, it may also be taxpayer dollars poorly allocated if executed unwisely. According to Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, two cents of every dollar spent in LA ($6.6 billion) will be going toward Metro services. This is both exciting and worrisome for property owners, developers, and residents surrounding the newly projected rail stations.

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