Transportation headlines, Friday, March 1: high-speed rail wins a lawsuit, more evidence millennials ♥ their cell phones more than cars

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. High-speed rail wins lawsuit over Peninsula route (San Jose Mercury News) After five years [continue reading]

Service alert: Metrolink to conduct Antelope Valley Line rail improvements next three Sundays; slight delays for six trains

Here’s the news release from Metrolink: LOS ANGELES – Metrolink will begin implementing safety enhancements at three crossings along the Antelope Valley Line on Sunday, March 3, 10 and 17. The affected crossings are at Osborne Street, Pierce Street and Sunland Boulevard, respectively, in the City of Los Angeles. Because of the construction, Metrolink will [continue reading]

Go Metro Weekends, March 2 – 3

With the weather warming up, what better than to spend the day outside with a good book? Bring the whole family to downtown’s Grand Park Book Fest, taking place Saturday, March 2. There will be performances, a pop-up indie bookstore, readings for all ages, music and more. Show your TAP [continue reading]

Sup. Michael D. Antonovich and Metro CEO Art Leahy welcome transportation marketing professionals to APTA event at Omni Hotel

Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich, Chairman of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, and Metro CEO Art Leahy welcomed more than 200 community leaders and marketing and transportation professionals from across the country to the American Public Transportation Sup. Michael D. Antonovich speaking at national APTA workshop this week in Los Angeles. Association (APTA) annual workshop for [continue reading]