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MTA reviewing options to connect rail lines to LAX

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A Metro Expo line train passes dedication ceremonies for the Metro/LAX light rail transit line at Crenshaw and Exposition Boulevards in Los Angeles' Crenshaw district, Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2014. When completed the line will connect the Metro Exposition and the Green lines. a distance of just over eight miles. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)
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A Metro Expo line train passes dedication ceremonies for the Metro/LAX light rail transit line at Crenshaw and Exposition Boulevards in Los Angeles' Crenshaw district, Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2014. W

Yesterday, the Metro Transit Authority decided to shelve plans for a metro line into LAX. However, they're reviewing other options to help connect rail lines to LAX. For more we're joined by MTA CEO Art Leahy.

Yesterday, the Metro Transit Authority decided to shelve plans for a metro line into LAX, but they're reviewing other options to help connect rail lines to LAX via people movers.

For the time being, if you're looking to take a train to a plane, you'll still need an automobile to get you to a terminal. For more we're joined by MTA CEO Art Leahy.  

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