First up: the 101 freeway isn’t the easiest to negotiate on the best of days, especially through the downtown Los Angeles interchanges. This weekend is going to be particularly slow as the segment of the 101 between the 10 and the 60 freeways will be closed due to the demolition of [continue reading]
Art of Transit: Things to listen to whilst transiting — Judge John Hodgman live at SF Sketchfest All the cases heard before a live audience are funny. But the capper [continue reading]
Regional Connector construction work continues in Little Tokyo. The existing Gold Line tracks between Vignes Street and Temple Avenue have been removed and work is underway on the temporary track — [continue reading]
I’ll get to the point: I need your help. I’ve been shooting pics for a photo essay of the new Gold Line extension to Azusa that opens March 5. I’ve [continue reading]
As many of you know, Metro often makes transit service changes twice a year — most often involving bus routes and schedules, with changes taking effect in June and December. [continue reading]
It’s a good thing February comes with an extra day this leap year, as it’s a very busy month for the Metro Service Councils. All five Councils will hold their regular meetings, as well as host public hearings on the proposed service changes for June 2016. Stay tuned for a [continue reading]
The art of transit: There’s still a lot of internet buzz about the LAT’s ridership story last week. Some folks have taken umbrage with the particular stats and quotes used [continue reading]
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