Welcome to Friday Five, a weekly roundup of five transit pics we’re loving on Instagram. Want to be featured? Tag @MetroLosAngeles on Instagram to get our attention and follow us for more fun transit photos. And without further adieu… Fun pic from the Pomona Pumpkin Patch Pedal, props to this [continue reading]
Transportation headlines, Tuesday, Feb. 26: art of transit, does light rail stop people from driving?, raising the gas tax?
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. Does light rail really stop people from driving (The Atlantic Cities) A new study [continue reading]
photo by David S. Wilson, via Flickr Nice shot of the King’s Cross train station in London taken with the Hipstamatic app on an iPhone 4. Speaking of iPhones, I’m still waiting to see some reader submissions of transit pics taken with the snazzy new camera on the iPhone 4s. [continue reading]
photo by Kevin Hair, via submission Nice shot of the Orange Line taken with an iPhone 4 and the Leme Cam Pro app. I’ve never tried that one, but am adding to the list. Here’s the free version and here’s the Pro version (for 99 cents). It’s always also refreshing [continue reading]
photo by Zach Ellerbrook, via Flickr Nice photo taken at the Addison stop on the Chicago El with a Retro Camera Android Hipsteroku. I found the photo in the Chicago Transit Authority Flickr group, which always boasts great photography from Chicago residents. To submit a photo for the Art of [continue reading]
photo by Mike Cattell, via Flickr A different kind of bus stop in rural Martyr Worthy, England. The dining room chair is a nice touch. To submit a photo for the Art of Transit, post it to Metro’s Flickr group, email it to email@example.com or Tweet it to @metrolosangeles with [continue reading]
photo by Leonard Deschampe, via submission Nice photo of a train station in Tokyo. It was taken with a Sony digital camera with the tilt-shift — which makes the train appear miniaturized — effect applied using an iPad photo app. To submit a photo for the Art of Transit, post [continue reading]