Click on a photo to see a larger version! Here are renderings and maps of the station locations for the first phase of the Purple Line Extension: The quick guide to things [continue reading]
Nice to see some civilians taking a turn at the shovels for a major public works project — in this case our friends at Los Angeles Magazine who work just down [continue reading]
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This weekend, lane reductions on Westwood Boulevard will be required in order to complete roadway improvements for the Expo Line project. Here’s the construction notice from the Expo Line Construction Authority, the independent agency building the six-mile project between Culver City and downtown Santa Monica.
Photos by Jeff Zucker for the Expo Line Construction Authority. Please click on each photo to see a larger version. Construction on the second phase of the Expo Line — including seven new stations — between Culver City and downtown Santa Monica continues to chug along at a quick pace. [continue reading]
With Halloween over and Thanksgiving ahead, the five Metro Service Councils will be conducting their November meetings at their normal times and locations. The San Fernando Valley Service Council will once again be the first to hold a meeting, with two new representatives joining the Council. All of the Service [continue reading]
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As many of you know, the draft environmental study for the Eastside Gold Line Transit Corridor Phase 2 project was released in August. Among the study alternatives being considered are extending the Eastside Gold Line from East Los Angeles to South El Monte and/or Whittier, as well as the Transportation System Management [continue reading]
From Metro’s TAP staff some good news: The TAP network continues to grow with its newest addition, Palos Verdes Transit. Today PV Transit’s entire bus fleet went “live,” giving their riders another convenient option to pay their fare. Instead of handling cash and tokens, now riders can tap their valid [continue reading]
The following statement is from Metro in response to an op-ed that ran earlier this week in the Los Angeles Times saying there is a need for more detour signs for the I-405 Sepulveda Pass Improvements Project: The buck stops with Metro. We are the lead agency responsible for communicating 405 [continue reading]