In case you missed it: recapping our Expo Line coverage

An Expo train at La Cienega/Jefferson station with the downtown L.A. skyline in the distance. Photo by Steve Hymon/Metro.

First, a plug: If you’re planning to attend this weekend’s Expo Line festivities, go ahead and subscribe to Metro on Twitter at @MetroLosAngeles, so you can follow our coverage in real time and share with us all your Expo thoughts and photos.

Now, business: We’ll be the first to admit that we’ve published a whole bunch of posts about the Expo Line lately — about how Expo will work, its history, who was instrumental in making it a reality. So much so that a couple of great stories got pushed off the front page before many folks probably had a chance to read them.

So, without further ado here’s a recap of our Expo Line stories from the past month or so:


Beyond phase one: making connections to the Expo Line

More info on parking, biking and bus connections to the Expo Line

Expo Line timetable is here!

Riding safely on new Expo Line bike lanes

Expo Line map, destinations guide and art guide

Go Expo this weekend

Free rides on new Expo light-rail line during opening weekend celebration, April 28-29

Expo opening day celebrations

Go Expo to Everychild Playground Play Day


Photos of the Expo Line through history

The Expo Line’s earlier days: recalled by the men who worked it


Darrell Clarke: 22 years advocating for Expo


On Transportation column, April 25 edition: A few thoughts on the Expo Line


The art of transit: Expo Line coming soon video

Videos from The Source’s Expo Line preview

Video: The Mayor announces Expo Line opening

Expo Line

Art for the Expo Line’s La Cienega/Jefferson station: Engraved in Memory by Daniel Gonzalez (with links to other posts on art for the Expo Line)

Additional information

Reminder: Expo Line Farmdale station won’t be opening April 28

Expo Line safety news release

Riding safely on new Expo Line bike lanes

Expo Line FAQ

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The temptation at La Cienega station

Go Expo Line to USC