The Antelope Valley, about an hour and a half north of Los Angeles, is home to roughly 12 percent of the county's homeless population. Officials from the city of Lancaster claim that number grows by the day because of an alleged migration of train-hopping homeless people. To curb this apparent surge, the city aims to shutter the sole public transit station linking Lancaster to Los Angeles.
Citing Homeless Infusion, Lancaster Officials Move to Shutter Metrolink Station
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