Those who use and/or rely on paratransit services should read the following news release from Access — paratransit vehicles will not have any special access this weekend due to the 405 closure and customers should expect delays: ACCESS ASKS PARATRANSIT RIDERS TO PREPARE FOR I-405 CLOSURE WEEKEND OF JULY 15-17 [continue reading]
Some preliminary good news for Carmageddon: as of 8:15 a.m. Monday morning, the National Weather Service is predicting decent weather for this weekend in the San Fernando Valley. See the forecast above, taken from the NWS website. If the forecast holds, it will certainly help not to have blazing hot [continue reading]
Here’s one of the more unusual news releases I’ve seen regarding the shutdown of the 405 over the Sepulveda Pass next weekend:
The agency had previously announced free service on the Orange Line busway and the Red and Purple line subway on the weekend of July 16-17, when the 405 will be closed over the Sepulveda Pass for the partial demolition of the Mulholland Bridge. In addition, the Metro Board of Directors [continue reading]
All Metro operated buses and Metro Rail trains will operate on a Sunday schedule on Monday, July 4, in observance of Independence Day. For route and schedule information go to metro.net or call 323.GO.METRO (323.466.3876).
Metro held a live chat this afternoon to area residents a chance to quiz two agency officials — Doug Failing, the Executive Director of Highway Programs, and Krishniah Murthy, Executive Director of Transit Project Delivery — about the July 16-17 weekend closure of the 405 over the Sepulveda Pass. If [continue reading]
Along with the new bus schedules, several bus lines will move to different bus bays within Patsaouras Transit Plaza at Union Station and at the Artesia Transit Center. These changes are being made to accommodate new service entering and to improve bus operations. Patsaouras Transit Plaza (Union Station) Changes Bay [continue reading]
On Sunday, June 26 Metro’s bi-annual service changes go into effect. As a result, a number of bus lines will be affected including: 2/302, 4, 20, 26, 94/794, 96/155, 176/287, 180, 205, 207, 210, 217, 230/634, 247, 442, 445, 450x, 485, 487, 577, 612, 751, 757, 760, 902, Silver Line, [continue reading]