First, let me just say that this is not a knock against hipster restaurants. Uncomfortable seating, old fashioned lighting and kitschy, house-made sodas aside, I eat at them all the [continue reading]
Anna Chen is a transit lifestyle vlogger for The Source. She avoids driving whenever possible and gets around town by train mostly, bus sometimes, and feet always. Chat with her or follow her Metro adventures on Twitter/Instagram @metrolosangeles, or follow her other misadventures on Twitter or Instagram @annanotation.
Go Metro to check out the Abilities Expo and learn about the products and services available for the community of people with disabilities, their families, caregivers, seniors and healthcare professionals. Metro is participating [continue reading]
First up: the 101 freeway isn’t the easiest to negotiate on the best of days, especially through the downtown Los Angeles interchanges. This weekend is going to be particularly slow as the segment of the 101 between the 10 and the 60 freeways will be closed due to the demolition of [continue reading]
Regional Connector construction work continues in Little Tokyo. The existing Gold Line tracks between Vignes Street and Temple Avenue have been removed and work is underway on the temporary track — [continue reading]
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There’s been plenty of test trains rolling along the Gold Line extension to Azusa in the past few months, but now it’s time for the final run-up to the opening. Pre-revenue testing on [continue reading]
Metro’s Business Interruption Fund was started to assist “mom and pop” businesses that may be directly impacted by construction of Metro’s Crenshaw/LAX line, the Regional Connector Transit Project along the [continue reading]
I recently ticked off one of my bucket list items and went on a vacation to Reykjavík, Iceland. (No, I was not able to take advantage of WOW Airlines’ recent [continue reading]
The Little Tokyo/Arts District Station may be closed until March, but there are still plenty of ways to eat, shop and play in the neighborhood and surrounding area. Besides the Gold [continue reading]