Three lanes on the northbound I-405 will be closed between Montana Avenue and the Getty Center off-ramp for 55 hours starting Friday, March 1. The contractor will pave the future High-Occupancy Vehicle lane and realign the I-405 in this area during this time. The southbound I-405 and Sepulveda Boulevard will remain open. All [continue reading]
photo by ExpoLine Fan, via his Flickr page Nice photo from work done Monday at the bridge that will carry the Expo Line over National Boulevard in Palms. ExpoLine Fan has tons of construction pics on his Flickr page and updates it frequently for those who want very frequent [continue reading]
Here’s the new video from the Regional Connector team that provides a timeline of how construction will proceed along Flower Street. The Connector, of course, will tie in with the Blue Line and Expo Line just north of the existing 7th/Metro Center Station.
Welcome to Twitter Tuesday, our roundup of the latest Metro related tweets. To get our attention, add the #MetroLosAngeles tag to your tweets and subscribe to our feed if you haven’t already. For specific complaints and customer service, please use the Customer Comment Form on metro.net. If having problems viewing this post [continue reading]
Transportation headlines, Tuesday, Feb. 12; art of transit, Santa Monica College bike parking, D.C.'s toll lanes
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. New Beltway ExpressLanes losing money (Washington Examiner) In the first six weeks of operations [continue reading]
Blue Line and Expo Line service to be impacted Feb. 15-17 due to track work; bus shuttle to replace trains between 7th/Metro and Grand (Blue) and 23rd (Expo)
Due to railway track work in Downtown Los Angeles, Metro Blue Line and Expo Line train service will be impacted the weekend of February 15-17, 2013. Track repair work will begin Friday night, Feb. 15 at 8:30 p.m. and last until close of business Sunday, Feb. 17. Metro Blue and [continue reading]
Here’s a new video from UCLA that school officials say is specifically aimed at new employees to familiarize them with alternative transportation options available at UCLA before their first day of work. The video will be incorporated into the new employee orientation process campus-wide. Of course, at some future juncture, [continue reading]
The Metro Gateway Cities Service Council will hold a special evening meeting this Tuesday, February 12, starting at 5 pm. The meeting will feature a corridor workshop focusing on bus service along Florence Avenue on Metro Lines 111 and 311, which run between LAX City Bus Center and Norwalk Station. [continue reading]
Transportation headlines, Monday, Feb. 11; Santa Monica's complete street, CEQA reform!, would you give up your car for Lent?
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. Monrovia officials to weigh settling lawsuit over TOD at future Gold Line station (San [continue reading]
I’d like to take a few minutes for an update on the SR-710 North Study, Metro’s effort to improve transportation in the area around the 710 freeway in the San Gabriel Valley. The video above is new from the project team and describes the project. Original state plans called for [continue reading]