LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Agency will be seeking its board's approval in June to borrow $10.2 billion through 2026 to complete the county's planned rail transit network.

The borrowing authority would follow through on a 30-year long-range plan Metro adopted in 2009 that combines improvements to roads with the build-out of a rail transit system designed to deal with the county's notorious traffic congestion.

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