What’s the plan for opening day on Saturday? Merriment, joy, feasting and song, I hope. I’ve been writing about this project for the better part of a decade and once upon a time, [continue reading]
Here is the latest rundown of construction activities along the 8.5-mile Crenshaw/LAX Line corridor. The contractor building the project is Walsh Shea Corridor Constructors, also known as WSCC. There’s a [continue reading]
Environmental monitors working underground at the site of the future Martin Luther King Jr. Station on the Crenshaw/LAX Line recently uncovered the bone of an animal that vanished from Southern California nearly 10,000 years ago. [continue reading]
Attend Metro’s Business Interruption Fund workshop series to learn about Metro’s Pilot Business Interruption Fund (BIF). Metro and Pacific Coast Regional Small Business Development Corporation program staff will be on-hand to share information about Metro’s BIF, provide tips on how to prepare your application and supporting materials and share information about [continue reading]
Metro has released a draft Active Transportation Strategic Plan that explains how the agency plans to help cities encourage more walking and biking around Los Angeles County. In plain English, [continue reading]
Some nuggets to know: •Rides will be free from noon until midnight on Saturday on the entire Gold Line. •Trains will begin running on the new 11.5-mile Gold Line extension at noon [continue reading]
The agenda is above. You can listen online here. Of course, the big to-do will the announcement at the end of the meeting of the opening date for the Expo Line extension to Santa Monica.
Crews have completed installation of the shoofly track between the south side of Little Tokyo/Arts District Station and Mangrove Yard. Installation of the new overhead catenary power pole continues, along [continue reading]