A bit of cultural context:
203, Public Transportation: not a typo. I'm having a hard time buying the "fossil fuels are expensive, and there's too much looting to park safely" line of reasoning for LA going car-less. US cities are built exclusively for cars, with ample guarded parking space everywhere, and while indeed it looks like things have changed dramatically for the BR universe, the logic doesn't work for me.
Same as with advertising directed at children being perceived as a violation, and various other statements here and there in the text — what shines through in the prose seems to merely be typical for such perspectives, assumptions, and paradigms that decades of political discussion have rendered endemic to present-day Swedish culture. We tend to take their validity as universal truths for granted.
It would of course be highly desirable to see them edited to something more suitable to the American setting, but I am not sure it is practically possible. Or that the authors would be interested.
Before you use the word "XENOMORPH" again ... you need to read this article through: