Metro has named Ernst & Young Infrastructure Advisors, LLC, a recognized authority in the U.S. public-private partnership (P3) infrastructure market, to help Metro select the best delivery methods possible for advancing major transportation projects in L.A County. Tom Rousakis – a leader in the field of infrastructure finance – will partner [continue reading]
There’s coverage of the opening of the Gold Line to Azusa, some San Gabriel Valley destinations near the train and some of the places accessible from the Expo Line extension that opens next week. Thanks for watching!
They are designed for new riders but for anyone who has ever had a moment of confusion on the Metro Rail system — or on the bus — these new ‘how-to’ tours, which begin this weekend on the Expo Line, could be a big help. Here’s the news release: On [continue reading]
Appropriate for an event held in the shadow of the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim, leaders at the 14th annual Mobility 21 Summit on Friday discussed California’s Transit Tomorrowland and strategies for keeping California competitive in a changing political and financial world. Among the M21 Summit visual reminders that public transit [continue reading]
Look into the future at 7 p.m. tonight, Aug. 19, as Metro CEO Phil Washington joins moderator Conan Nolan of NBC4 TV News on the Plaza of el Pueblo de Los Angeles in downtown L.A. for a special one-man, one-hour Zocalo Public Square Forum. It’s nearing 100 days since Washington [continue reading]
We’re pushing Metro, of course, as a great way to Special Olympics events. And it is. But let’s say for the sake of argument, that getting to a specific event is a tiny bit difficult via public transit. How about sharing a car ride with someone else? How do you [continue reading]
In a special video message taped this morning, Los Angeles Mayor and Metro Board Member Eric Garcetti welcomed the anticipated half million visitors and athletes from around the globe to [continue reading]
In celebration of the Metro Rail 25th anniversary, a special edition of Metro Motion — Metro’s quarterly cable television show — looks at rail in Los Angeles. Who rides it and why? When did it begin? Why did it end? And what lies ahead now that L.A. County has committed [continue reading]