Here’s the construction notice from the I-405 Sepulveda Pass Improvements project: 405 Construction Notice
In a recent NPR – Marketplace story, travel writer Patrick Symmes talks about an experiment he’s conducting with bikes and GPS trackers — you see Symmes has had seven bikes stolen, and he’d had enough! In a lengthy write-up for Outside magazine, the journalist attaches GPS trackers to ‘bait’ bikes [continue reading]
If you are having trouble reading this post on your browser, here’s part one and part two of the post on the Storify website. [View the story “@Metrolosangeles Twitter Tuesday, Jan. 31 (part 1)” on Storify] Many more of your hand-picked tweets are after the jump.
photo by Gareth Hutton, via Flickr creative commons Go ahead and guess the country where this photo of a very lonely and cold bus stop was taken. I’ll even provide a hint: the photo was not taken in North America, Antarctica or Africa. That only leaves you four continents to [continue reading]
Here is a look at some of the transportation headlines gathered by us and the Metro Library. The full list of headlines is posted on the Library’s Headlines blog, which you can also access via email subscription or RSS feed. As the City Grew: Historical Maps of Los Angeles (Los Angeles Public Library) Get yourself [continue reading]
Although these ads for public transit have been around for a while, they landed in my email box a couple times today — they’re from the Belgian agency De Lijn. Enjoy!
UPDATE: Here is a video from the tour: Los Angeles Mayor and Metro Board Chair Antonio Villaraigosa and Metro officials provided a media tour of the Orange Line Extension this morning. The news release below has many details on the four-mile line between the existing Canoga station and the Chatsworth [continue reading]
How do they do that? is a series for The Source that explores the technology that helps keep Metro running and passengers and other commuters moving. Some of it applies directly to the trains, buses and freeways and some of it runs in the background — invisible to nearly everyone [continue reading]
Here is a look at some of the transportation headlines gathered by us and the Metro Library. The full list of headlines is posted on the Library’s Headlines blog, which you can also access via email subscription or RSS feed. Toll lanes under consideration in Inland Empire (San Bernardino Sun) No decisions have been [continue reading]
The new Martin Luther King Jr. Transit Center will serve the Blue Line and numerous Metro bus lines. Here is the news release from the city of Compton: MEDIA ALERT City of Compton_ MLK Grand Opening