Here’s a nice, short video from the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs, which each fall provides an “L.A. Transit Tour” to incoming students to help them get a better handle on the lay of the land here. Take a look. The video includes footage of former Source writer Carter [continue reading]
Remember the human infographic I participated in back in December? Well, the finished product is out! Watch the video at GOOD’s website, or click to play on the video below.
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]
Here’s a new local blog worth checking out: The MetroDuo Blog. The tagline of the site is “See Los Angeles by rail!” and the posts center on Metro accessible events throughout the city. These are more than just listings à la Go Metro Weekends – they’re nice detailed write-ups by the [continue reading]
Thanks to Montreal-based transit connoisseur Alex Kasperavicius for recording this video progress report on the Expo Line Phase One from Culver City to downtown Los Angeles. At 16 minutes long, it represents a somewhat sped-up version of how riding the trail will actually feel (red lights are edited out — [continue reading]