Metro staff proposed hiring two firms to help develop agency-owned parcels in NoHo — and unveiled a few concepts for the site.
We offered a few ideas where to take dad on transit for Father’s Day.
A video was posted showing Harriet the tunnel boring machine at work digging the underground section of the Crenshaw/LAX Line.
With the potential ballot measure heading to the full Board of Directors next Thursday for their consideration, we posted about one of the big projects it would fund: the Sepulveda Pass Transit Corridor.
Another ballot measure project — the Eastside Gold Line Phase 2 — is holding a community meeting June 22 to discuss work on finding a workable route on the Whittier alternative.
BTW, the potential ballot measure was approved by two Metro Board committees that include 10 of 13 Board Members. Here’s the presentation they were given on a recent survey of likely voters.
Get ’em while they’re hot: new stock photos of Metro Bike Share bikes.
And here comes a heat wave. A few transit-oriented survival tips.
Here are some fresh pics of last weekend’s — the first of 22 — work on decking Wilshire Boulevard at La Brea so the future Purple Line station can be excavated at a later date while traffic rolls above.
On the maintenance front, Metro crews were able to fix a problem with the Gold Line’s overhead wires in time to salvage the Monday p.m. commute.
This kid is just 13, but he has a slew of ideas about what Metro should be doing.
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