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    U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg To Visit Los Angeles To Highlight Infrastructure Projects, President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law

     

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    WASHINGTON – U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg will visit Los Angeles on
    Thursday, July 7th and Friday, July 8th to highlight President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. He’ll be meeting with community leaders, visiting projects, and discussing how the historic investment in our communities will help rebuild our nation’s airports, roads, transit networks, ports, and more, while cutting costs and creating good-paying jobs for Angelenos and across America.

    On Thursday July 7th, at 1pm PST Secretary Buttigieg will hold a news conference at LAX alongside U.S. Rep. Maxine Waters, Mayor Eric Garcetti, LAWA Board President Beatrice Hsu, LA/Orange County Building Trades Executive Secretary Chris Hannan, for a major announcement made possible by the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.

    On Friday July 8th, at 12:30pm PST Secretary Buttigieg will join Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LA METRO) leaders, U.S. Rep. Karen Bass, California Lieutenant Governor Eleni Kounalakis, Mayor Garcetti, FTA Administrator Nuria Fernandez and others for a ribbon cutting and news conference at the Expo/Crenshaw station of the soon to open Crenshaw/LAX Line, also known as the K Line – a north/south light rail line that will connect multiple communities across Los Angeles and help provide direct mass transit to LAX.

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