I shot these last Tuesday. Please feel free to use on media, blogs and social media. The Regional Connector project is a 1.9-mile rail tunnel in downtown Los Angeles that [continue reading]
Update 5:22 p.m.: Gold Line has resumed normal service with residual delays throughout the evening rush hour. Update 5:15 p.m.: Green Line was experiencing signal issues at approximately 4:30 p.m. Regular service resumed at 5:09 p.m. with residual delays through 6:00 p.m. At 5:00 p.m. a Gold Line operator reported [continue reading]
GOLD LINE: Trains resuming normal service with up to 15 min residual delays thru 3:45pm; earlier incident clear. pic.twitter.com/XDahxi8vS7 — Metro (@metrolosangeles) February 15, 2017 Final Update, 2:53 p.m.: The vehicle and debris has been removed from both tracks with all train service being restored. Customers can expect residual delays through 3:45 [continue reading]
Dept. of Bike Upgrades: Dedicating safety improvements for all users of Fletcher Dr #GlassellPark #CD13. #BikeLa #WalkLA @BSSLosAngeles @LADOTofficial @lacbc pic.twitter.com/qhrSsbe7dr — Mitch O'Farrell (@MitchOFarrell) February 13, 2017 Dept. of Valentine’s Day: Metro might explore a Blue Line express and other ways to speed up service (Curbed LA) Several Metro [continue reading]
Reminder: for those of you planning on going to the march Saturday, avoid long lines at the TAP vending machines by getting your TAP card ahead of time. More here. Dept. of Infrastructure Facts: I didn’t know Oroville Dam was taller than Hoover Dam. Now I do. Here’s what the [continue reading]
Going to the immigration march? Metro is adding service; get a TAP card in advance to avoid long lines!
Metro is adding service for the Immigrants Make America Great march on Saturday and the Not My President’s Day Rally on Monday. Both events are in downtown Los Angeles and both could possibly draw huge crowds — especially the Saturday event. Of course, the rain expected this weekend could be a factor. [continue reading]
Art of Transit: "Each person must live their lives as a model for others." — Rosa Parks A post shared by Metro (@metrolosangeles) on Feb 3, 2017 at 9:56am PST Things to listen to whilst transiting: “The Shattering of an All-American Town” on Fresh Air. Good podcast about Lancaster, [continue reading]