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Metro's Regional Connector project hits a milestone in Little Tokyo

Make way for the boring machine Across Downtown, there's plenty of evidence that construction on Metro's Regional Connector—a project that will bring three new subway stations to the area and connect the Blue, Expo, and Gold lines—is in full swing. But in Little Tokyo, which is where one of those new stations is being built, at First Street and Central Avenue, work is about to move off the street and underground, reports Metro's news blog The Source.
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