Metro’s Business Interruption Fund was started to assist “mom and pop” businesses that may be directly impacted by construction of Metro’s Crenshaw/LAX line, the Regional Connector Transit Project along the [continue reading]
It was a fairly quiet meeting Thursday of the Metro Board of Directors, the 13-member body that decides many issues large and small at the agency. In his opening remarks, [continue reading]
We’ll post video later today of Phil’s speech, which provided a pretty thorough overview of efforts underway in many Metro departments, along with many agency goals. “We are on the [continue reading]
The agenda for Thursday’s meeting is above, including links to Metro staff reports. I encourage you to peruse the agenda as it provides a good look at the many projects and programs at Metro, as well as reports on how taxpayer money is spent. The meeting is scheduled to begin at [continue reading]
The Gold Line 11.5-mile extension to Azusa opens on March 5. Above is a new video from the Gold Line Foothill Extension Construction Authority, the agency that built the line. [continue reading]
Metro and Walsh/Shea Corridor Constructors will be holding a construction update community meeting on Thursday, January 28 to discuss upcoming work on the 8.5-mile Crenshaw/LAX light rail project. Much of meeting [continue reading]
This is part of the process of getting the Expo Line extension to Santa Monica ready for public consumption. Another reminder: train testing between Palms and Santa Monica continues during the day and night. Be alert and be safe, people!
As most of you know, we’re just over a week into the three-month closure of the Little Tokyo/Arts District Station. Work being done during the closure includes major track relocation and tunneling [continue reading]