Just a reminder: the free service Metro is providing on the subway, Orange Line and select bus lines continues on Sunday to help people get around during the 405 closure. Here’s a lengthy post explaining where you can find the free service, which is intended to help connect the San [continue reading]
Officials from the city of Los Angeles and Metro finished a news conference a few minutes ago at the city’s Emergency Operations Center in downtown. A few highlights: •L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa thanked everyone, including the media, for helping get the word out to avoid area roads if at all [continue reading]
As of 2:30 p.m., a report from the contractor, Kiewet, says that all work is on schedule: •All three girders of the center span of the bridge have been demolished and crews are beginning to clear away the demolished concrete, steel, and dirt pad from under the center span. •The [continue reading]
FREE fares on subway and select bus lines Free fares in effect on Saturday, July 16 & Sunday, July 17 Line & Main Corridor Line & Main Corridor 2 – Sunset Bl 233 & 761 – Van Nuys Bl 4 & 704 – Santa Monica Bl 234 – Sepulveda Bl, [continue reading]
As many of you are surely aware, there’s been several homemade videos floating around the web about Carmageddon. Here’s one that is G rated — as in “government website appropriate” — and is quite funny.
I-405 Closure Counter widget to transform into live stream of images of Carmageddon at midnight on Friday
When the I-405 Countdown to Closure clock rolls into zero at midnight on July 16, the by-now onerous warning will morph into high-definition images streamed live from metro.net for a world-wide view of the demolition work on the Mulholland Bridge during Carmageddon weekend. The countdown clock, a web widget downloadable in [continue reading]
Our trusty 405 closure countdown clock tells me that it’s 9 days until Carmageddon… yikes! While officials are recommending staying off the roads the weekend of July 16th, those who [continue reading]