This is a very similar test to the one that ran a few weeks ago — and this test is scheduled to run only from 5 a.m. to 10 a.m. [continue reading]
Final update, Friday, 8 p.m.: Emergency repairs necessitated by Monday’s train-auto incident and derailment have been wrapped up on the Metro Blue Line. Trains are now running regular service between Compton and [continue reading]
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!
Final Update 4:30 p.m.: Gold Line trains are resuming normal service to all stations at this time, as the earlier incident at Little Tokyo/Arts District is now clear. Update 3:30 p.m.: Here’s the plan for service on the Gold Line this evening, as we head into rush hour still managing this [continue reading]
Update, 5:30 a.m. Wednesday: Repairs to the overhead power supply system near Compton Station remain in progress. Blue Line trains will continue to arrive every 12-15 minutes from end-to-end this morning, [continue reading]
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]
Metro’s Bike Program has produced a slick new video that shows how to use the “Metro Bike Hub” at the El Monte Station. Read the earlier opening announcement on the Source here. The video is portrayed as a scavenger hunt, with characters “Cassandra” and “Akira” looking for their first clue [continue reading]