Reminder: metro.net will be down between noon and 2 p.m. today for the cutover to the new metro.net. The tech folks have rebuilt the trip planner from the ground up, [continue reading]
SUMMARY www.metro.net will be offline for maintenance on Tuesday, January 31st, from noon – 2pm PST in order to launch Metro’s new website. ESSENTIALS This maintenance only affects metro.net and does not affect TAPtogo, ExpressLanes, nor any other Metro-related website. While the site is under construction, you can still access core [continue reading]
If you haven’t already deduced from the over-saturation of hearts, candy, and flowers in every store, here’s a friendly reminder that Valentine’s Day is just around the corner! Metro Art will [continue reading]
From the Dept. of Twitter: The feed for BART — the rail system serving parts of the Bay Area — had lots to say this weekend. You can take BART to all kinds of weekend events – also, direct service to SFO is running great right now. — SFBART (@SFBART) [continue reading]
Have you met Tappy? TAP’s new mascot is here to help you learn how to get the most out of your TAP card. Load it with money — called Stored Value — and you’re good to go.
Metro is beginning to accept applications for those who would like to serve on the Measure M Taxpayer Oversight Committee. Much more information is here, as well as the online application. The deadline has been extended to April 18.
New York Floor Covering is located along the route of the future Crenshaw/LAX Line. The business has been at this location for the past 10 years and is owned and operated [continue reading]
Dept. of Practice Makes Perfect: Metro last week held an exercise for some of its bus operators: a wheelchair securement competition to test an essential skill. Below are a few [continue reading]
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) Board of Directors today awarded a $1.37-billion contract to the joint venture team of Tutor Perini/O & G to build the second section of the Metro Purple Line Extension Project to Century City. The Board also established a budget of $2.4 billion [continue reading]