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Southern Californians are on a car-buying spree, and that's cutting deeply into transit ridership, study says

The vast majority of public transit agencies across Southern California, from modest municipal carriers to the West Coast’s largest bus system, have watched their ridership numbers fall off a cliff over the last five years. As data has revealed multi-year decreases of up to 25%, experts and officials...
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