The Regional Connector’s tunnel boring machine (Angeli, as she’s known around these parts) has arrived at the 1st St/Central Avenue Station site in Little Tokyo. After lowering the machine one [continue reading]
From Metro’s Community Relations team: LA Trade Tech Community College (LATTC) students recently worked with Metro to create a conceptual flyover rendering of the Crenshaw/LAX Line, which is under construction and more than halfway complete. The students’ video of the future 8.5-mile alignment and its eight new stations can be seen above. Metro [continue reading]
Mitsuru Café is located within Japanese Village Plaza and sells traditional Japanese finger foods such as imagawayaki (red bean cakes), takoyaki (octopus balls), and mitarashi dango (mochi rice cake). The [continue reading]
This was my seventh year at the agency and, by far, 2016 was the busiest. I usually like to put the end-of-the-year highlights in chronological order but I think four [continue reading]
Art of Transit 1: Related: More recent Crenshaw/LAX Line construction pics. Art of Transit 2: Art of Transit 3: Here are photos of the Uber driverless cars leaving SF en masse. https://t.co/zJFGRQdvG6 pic.twitter.com/5fn5LDrBZ7 — Curbed SF (@CurbedSF) December 22, 2016 Big rig crashes on 210; Gold Line stopped in Pasadena [continue reading]
The northbound US-101 Vignes Street on/off-ramps will close for approximately four months starting Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2017. During the closure, crews will work on construction of the Patsaouras Bus Plaza Station. Motorists may use the US-101 at Alameda Street or Mission Road as an alternative route.
Metro increases construction activities at Park Mesa Heights for the Crenshaw/LAX Transit Project As part of the Crenshaw/LAX Transit Project, Metro contractor Walsh/Shea Corridor Constructors (WSCC) continues working in the Mesa Park Heights area to install a storm drain and prepare for decking at the intersection of Hyde Park Boulevard [continue reading]
The OEI convened the first meeting of our newly formed Innovation Advisory Board in October. The group — consisting of experts in transportation, public policy, innovation and technology and labor policy — worked through a packed agenda to discuss our challenges and opportunities as we continue to build the Office. [continue reading]