In observance of Thanksgiving, Metro will operate on Sunday/Holiday schedule on Thursday, Nov. 26. This means that bus lines without Sunday service will not run. Metro Bus and Rail will resume normal weekday service on Friday, Nov. 27. Have a happy and safe holiday weekend!
Art of Transit: California, a climate model for the rest of the world, has work to do at home (Cal Matters) A good article spurred by the upcoming climate change summit in Paris. Excerpt: California has perhaps the most comprehensive cap-and-trade program in the world, setting a limit and [continue reading]
Art of Transit: That’s work on the Crenshaw/LAX Line, which will run between the Expo Line and the Green Line. It’s funded by Measure R and scheduled to open in 2019. Response to Metro’s proposed performance metrics (Investing in Place) Jessica Meaney takes a look at the metrics that would [continue reading]
Art of Transit: Freedom from the 210! #GoMetro #LoveMetroLA #transitlife #MetroGoldLine #latergram A photo posted by Metro (@metrolosangeles) on Nov 18, 2015 at 12:32pm PST Increasing mobility in Southern [continue reading]
Art of Progress: And Progress for Pedestrians: The city of L.A. opened its latest and most prominent scramble crosswalk this weekend at the intersection of Hollywood and Highland in the heart of [continue reading]
Metro’s Eat Shop Play Local campaign awarded a total of $5,250 to winners of its October Quarterly Drawing contest on the Regional Connector, Crenshaw/LAX and Purple Line Extension Projects. The drawings are [continue reading]
Art of Transit: Newsflash!: Agendas and staff reports for this month’s round of Board of Director meetings have been posted. Here is the staff report on cost increases and potential [continue reading]