Some more pics from Expo II’s opening last weekend from Metro staffers Candace Wakefield and Peter Watkinson. Bon appetit!
There were 12,058 new TAP entries at the Expo Line’s seven new stations on Monday, according to Metro. Metro is still evaluating Expo’s ridership data and we’ll have more soon, including the impact of the extension on Expo’s phase one stations. Monday was the first regular weekday commute on the Expo Line’s extension to [continue reading]
Things to read whilst transiting: The NYT Magazine asks which rock star will historians remember in 300 years? Hint: One of the star’s songs is traveling the cosmos. Things to [continue reading]
Obviously not an ideal start to the first Monday morning commute for the Expo Line extension with a car driving through a fence and onto the tracks between Expo/Crenshaw and [continue reading]
Hi everyone. Anna and I will be out on the Expo Line tomorrow morning. Please follow us on Twitter for frequent updates, service alerts and news about Metro. 1) What’s [continue reading]
Good morning! Our friends at the National Weather Service are predicting mostly sunny skies and a high of 68 degrees in Santa Monica on Saturday, pretty much perfect weather for [continue reading]
Good morning, everyone! It’s hard to underplay the significance of today: after 63 years, rail service will be restored between Santa Monica and downtown Los Angeles. And a very crowded [continue reading]
With the Expo Line extension to Santa Monica opening Friday at noon, Metro and Uber have announced a nice discount for those who need to get to and from the new Expo stations and Culver City Station. Here’s the announcement: To celebrate Los Angeles’ transportation transformation, Metro is partnering with Uber to offer $5 [continue reading]
And that’s a wrap. The final two Telephone Town Halls on Metro’s potential ballot measure were held Wednesday night. The Metro Board of Directors is scheduled to consider the potential ballot measure and the draft spending plan during their June meetings. To see the previous Telephone Town Halls, click here.
This is an awesome video, produced by our friends in the Los Angeles County Newsroom. The subject: Alan Weeks, 84, a retired Metro employee who was on the last streetcar [continue reading]