How is Metro going to finish 28 projects before the Olympics?

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The agency’s ambitious Twenty-eight by ’28 plan could get expensive A tax on scooters and tolls for drivers on the road during rush hour are two possible sources of funding that Metro could use to pay for an ambitious plan to complete 28 projects in time for the 2028 Olympics. The agency’s board of directors will consider a report this week that outlines how the agency could carry out Mayor Eric Garcetti’s “Twenty-eight by ’28” initiative without compromising service or going deep into debt. Most of the projects included in the initiative were already scheduled to wrap up before...

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