This week’s send-off is a recommendation from Source reader and transit rider Dennis Hindman. Check out this clip of South L.A. band AKNU performing Valerie on The X Factor USA. (The [continue reading]
Nice to see some civilians taking a turn at the shovels for a major public works project — in this case our friends at Los Angeles Magazine who work just down [continue reading]
Metro will perform a three-day clearance test along the Green Line starting Sunday evening, November 9, after 9 p.m. for the new P-3010 pilot rail car, manufactured by Kinkisharyo. The [continue reading]
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Grab your TAP card and head to the Museum of Tolerance for a history lesson! Established in 1993, the Museum of Tolerance was built in honor of the late Simon [continue reading]
Have a transportation-related article you think should be included in headlines? Drop me an email! And don’t forget, Metro is on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. L.A.’s past and future railroad heydays (Zocalo Public Square) The event Monday night in downtown Los Angeles featured authors Tom Zoellner and Ethan Elkind. Tom’s book “Train” looks at some of the world’s [continue reading]
Below is the news release from the Urban Land Institute — Metro Deputy CEO Lindy Lee will be giving the opening keynote speech and the event features L.A. Mayor and Metro Board Member Eric Garcetti. Video from last year’s event is above. The Art of Go: Mayor Eric Garcetti Joins [continue reading]
Above is the route Metro buses and shuttles will use to serve Expo/Crenshaw Station for upcoming Crenshaw/LAX construction. On Friday, November 7, construction will begin on the future Crenshaw/MLK Station, one of eight new stations that are part of the Crenshaw/LAX Line. From November 7 to 24 and December 1 to [continue reading]