Here’s the news release from Metro: The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) and the State of California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) are hosting four community update meetings for the High Desert Corridor (HDC) project. The proposed 63-mile corridor under study to link Antelope Valley with Victor Valley is [continue reading]
If you’ve read The Source for a while, you may recognize the name of transit planner Jarrett Walker and his professional blog Human Transit. We’ve linked to Walker liberally in order to steer readers to some of his insightful posts on the nuts and bolts of public transit. And last [continue reading]
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A recent campaign by Tokyo Metro shows the wonder of traveling underground.
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 blog. Bullet train should not take Grapevine route (Mountain Enterprise) California High-Speed Rail Authority staff are recommending that the [continue reading]
If you’re watching this at work, consider this an “earphones” alert. The video is from the band “It’s Casual” and the song is called “The Red Line” and is decidedly pro-transit. In an email, front-man Eddie Solis wrote the song is non-fiction account of a working professional who chooses to [continue reading]
An Expo Line train was tested on the stretch of tracks north of Washington Boulevard today, reaching the 7th/Metro Center station that it will eventually share with the Blue Line.
‘How do they do that?’ is a new 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 [continue reading]
Hope Street Work Notice 1-6-12 And another notice for Alameda Street after the jump…