Three Metro TAP vending machines at Union Station will show new screen prompts beginning today as part of a two-week test to see how the riding public likes the improvements. As the images [continue reading]
Metro Board Members and executives held a media event in Van Nuys on Friday morning to announce the start of the brand new “Valley-Westside Express” bus service which officially begins [continue reading]
The Metro Board held their final meeting of 2014 this morning; audio of the meeting can be heard by clicking here. It was a short agenda with three receive-and-file items (in other words, items that serve as reports and don’t require a Board vote) on areas of reader interest: •The Board received [continue reading]
A media event was held at El Monte Station this morning; video is above. Here’s the news release from Metro: With gasoline prices topping $4 per gallon the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) stresses now is the perfect time to try bus, rail or vanpool to discover how [continue reading]
Have a transportation-related article you think should be included in headlines? Drop me an email! And don’t forget, Metro is on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Pick your social media poison! Metro is running longer trains than usual this evening to serve those headed downtown to attend or watch Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Finals [continue reading]
The TAP network continues to grow as Long Beach Transit today becomes the latest agency to join as a fully TAP-enabled bus fleet. Long Beach Transit riders now have the choice to pay their fare with TAP cards instead of paper passes or cash. A rider simply taps the card [continue reading]
And here’s the video from yesterday’s media event on the Orange Line to promote new efforts to thwart fare evasion along the busway. Here’s the news release.
Have a transportation-related article you think should be included in headlines? Drop me an email! And don’t forget, Metro is on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Pick your social media poison! Rest in Peace, Pete Seeger…. Rail alone can’t reinvent L.A. (L.A. Times) Ethan N. Elkind is pleased to see that three rail transit projects are [continue reading]