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Will sexual harassment incidents on LA's public transit hurt the system as it tries to expand?

Far too many creeps As Metro prepares to ask voters to approve a sales tax increase to fund decades of transportation projects countywide, the issue of sexual harassment on transit looms as a potential "stumbling block, "says the Los Angeles Times. How often are people being gross and creepy? According to the Times: Recent survey data from the Metropolitan Transportation Authority suggests nearly one in five riders — 19% — has experienced some form of harassment this year.
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