With NASA this week announcing the discovery of seven new planets that could potentially harbor life, Long Beach Transit has launched the Galaxy Express to take you to — oh wait, [continue reading]
Metro is beginning to accept applications for those who would like to serve on the Measure M Taxpayer Oversight Committee. Much more information is here, as well as the online application. The deadline has been extended to April 18.
There are two schools of thoughts on rookie quarterbacks. Sit ’em and let them sponge it all in or throw them into the fire. The Rams have chosen the fire. [continue reading]
We’ve posted videos recently highlighting some of the stories behind Metro’s disadvantaged worker and business programs. Our last video of the series features Kevin Ramsey, owner of Alameda Construction Services [continue reading]
Last week we posted the stories of Katherine Norve, a single mom working on the Regional Connector project, and Eric Barnes, a young father who turned his life around and is now [continue reading]
We continue our construction careers program video series today with the story of Eric Barnes, a laborer for Skanska-Traylor-Shea, the contractor building Metro’s Purple Line Extension project. Eric had a troubled past, but a new [continue reading]
Over the next few days we’ll be posting a series of videos featuring construction workers and small business owners whose lives have been positively impacted by working on Metro projects through the [continue reading]
As part of its efforts to mitigate visual impacts during project construction, the Metro Art program recently installed temporary art banners on construction site fences along the Crenshaw/LAX project corridor. [continue reading]