In a city often derided for its lack for public transportation, L..A.’s downtown is the one exception. The city center has light-rail lines, a subway, a maze of bus routes and shuttles, links to commuter rail and even a tiny funicular that trudges up and down Bunker Hill. Now voters in the district have approved key financing for a $125-million streetcar project that should make it even easier to get around, the Los Angeles Times reports.

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