Miserable rail transportation system - with a history of dismantling the Red Car system. What you see on the map is fairly recent:
More miserable by far than LA's is Albuquerque's. Alas, it doesn't make the map level, though there is a train that goes between Abq and somewhere outside of Santa Fe.
Here's a bus map. Uh, this city is said to be 181 square miles. The route closest to me, route 94, (still a long walk to the bus stop) runs twice a day: last I looked, at something like 6:30 am and pm. With my dark adaptation problem, I can't do that, even if I wanted to, much of the year. I'd looked at the bus routes before I bought, but failed to check the actual schedule. Slaps self.
Plus, apparently no one in the transportation department or city planning ever considered pedestrians or what I call "pedestrian culture". You could easily die crossing Cours at a timed signal. I have to jog to make it across and it's f/scary.