ALAMEDA, Calif. — Officials in the Los Angeles area say momentum is building behind a plan to accelerate construction of multiple transit projects — a plan that would require as-yet-uncreated forms of federal financial support.

Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa began to drum up support for the so-called 30/10 plan after Los Angeles County voters overwhelmingly approved a new half-cent sales tax for transportation projects.

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