UPDATE: Metro and Caltrans teams are working to clear the truck accident debris from the tracks. Bus shuttles will continue to replace train service between Allen and Sierra Madre Villa Station until early afternoon. Due to an overturned big rig truck on the eastbound 210 freeway causing obstructions on Metro Gold [continue reading]
Bus shuttles will replace Metro Expo Line service between La Cienega/Jefferson Station and Culver City Station on Saturday, Nov. 23 in order for Metro to perform planned track maintenance. Train service will only run between 7th St/Metro Center and La Cienega/Jefferson from 5 a.m. to 2 p.m. Bus shuttles will [continue reading]
Progress has been speedy on the construction of the Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension, the 11.5-mile addition that will extend the Gold Line from its current terminus in eastern Pasadena to Azusa with six new stations. And now comes the next step: tying the future extension into the existing Gold [continue reading]
It’s a big step forward for the project but it comes with some inconvenience. The above notice from the Expo Line Construction Authority has all the details.
Metro will run on the regular weekday schedule on Veteran’s Day Monday, Nov. 11, 2013. There will be no additional late-night service on Sunday for the three-day weekend. There will also be a large rally in the DTLA area affecting several downtown bus lines. For more information on other bus [continue reading]
From the Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension Construction Authority: WHO: Residents / Commuters in the City of Monrovia. WHAT: This Thursday, the intersection of California Ave and Duarte Rd will be fully closed to thru-traffic to allow crews to reconfigure the traffic lanes and re-stripe the road for continuing grade [continue reading]
Tonight, Nov. 5 through Thurs, Nov. 7, Expo Line will run every 20 minutes between 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. while track work is completed. Trains will share one track between La Cienega/Jefferson and Culver City Stations. Announcements will be made at Expo Line stations. You can also follow alerts [continue reading]
Please keep in mind that many flights have been delayed and allow extra travel time as Los Angeles International Airport reopens after this morning’s shootings in Terminal 3. Follow @LAX_Official on Twitter and the different airlines for the latest information. Also, click here for LAX flight arrival and departure information.
Los Angeles International Airport is currently shut down due to police activity. The Federal Aviation Administration has grounded all flights and no vehicles are allowed to enter the horseshoe road leading to the terminals at this time, including FlyAway buses, Metro Green Line “G” shuttle buses from Aviation/LAX Station and [continue reading]
As of 10:30 a.m., flights remain grounded at Los Angeles International Airport due to a shooting there this morning. The Green Line shuttle and the Flyaway bus are not entering LAX. We will update throughout the day as we know more.