Metro Service Councils are ringing in the new year with four January meetings. The San Fernando Valley Service Council will not meet in January as their regular meeting would have been on New Year’s Day. The other four Councils will hold their meetings on the usual days and times, as listed [continue reading]
Metro is always listening, and thanks to the growing number of users of our Go Metro app and their valuable feedback, we’ve recently released an updated version of our mobile application for both Android and iPhone/iPad users. The latest update comes packed with a few new features, bug fixes and [continue reading]
The Rose Queen, that is. Metro officials, 2014 Rose Queen Ana Marie Acosta and her lady princesses gathered at Los Angeles Union Station this morning to encourage folks to take advantage of the free rides on New Year’s Eve and the 24-hour Metro Rail service to go to the Rose Parade. [continue reading]
Here’s the press release from Metro: The I-405 Sepulveda Pass Improvements Project contractor is scheduled to implement a full directional closure of the Southbound I-405 between Sunset Boulevard and Wilshire Boulevard in West L.A. the night of Saturday, December 28, from midnight to 6 a.m. on Sunday morning, December 29, [continue reading]
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The above object — a lock shaped like a hand grenade — was spotted on the Gold Line tracks just west of the Sierra Madre Villa station in Pasadena about 10:20 a.m. The Gold Line between Sierra Madre Villa and Allen stations was subsequently shut down so the device could [continue reading]
FINAL UPDATE: Green Line trains are resuming regular evening intervals at this time. Metro again thanks Green Line riders for their patience this evening, and wishes all our customers a Happy Holiday. UPDATE: Power has been restored to Aviation/LAX Station, and the station’s TAP vending machines and elevator are now [continue reading]
Here’s the news release from Metro: The I-405 Sepulveda Pass Improvements Project contractor is scheduled to implement a full directional closure of the Southbound I-405 between Santa Monica Boulevard and National Boulevard in West L.A. the night of Thursday, December 26, from midnight to 5 a.m. on Friday morning, December [continue reading]