I know this stuff is Extremely Wonky, so let’s start with this Bottom Line: America Fast Forward is a good way to reduce the cost of building big transit projects [continue reading]
As our bus riders may know, video monitors on Metro buses went dark earlier this month. Metro is looking into various uses and programming for the Transit TV screens. Thanks for your patience and we will post updates when we have more information.
Metro’s newly adopted Complete Streets Policy, designed to help plan a better street environment for all types of users, including pedestrians, bicyclists, public transit, motorists and others, has garnered national recognition as one of the nation’s best by Smart Growth America’s National Complete Streets Coalition. Recently adopted in October 2014, [continue reading]
This month the San Gabriel Valley Service Council will conduct their meeting at the East L.A. Library, located at 4387 E 3rd Street, instead of their regular location in El Monte. Their meeting will be held at the same time and date that they normally conduct their monthly meeting, 5 [continue reading]
Good news for Los Angeles — President Obama’s proposed FY16 budget includes $100 million for the second section of the Purple Line Extension Project. Section two will run from Wilshire/La Cienega [continue reading]
At their January meeting, the Gateway Cities Service Council discussed the idea of moving their monthly meetings to a later time to make it more convenient for the public to attend and participate. Since the room they currently hold their meetings at is currently not available in the evening, a [continue reading]
Yesterday, Metro Regional Connector construction crews officially demolished the Señor Fish Building at the corner of First and Alameda in Downtown L.A.’s Little Tokyo District to make room for a [continue reading]
The Metro Board of Directors held their January meeting this morning. It wasn’t a very busy agenda but some of the actions taken included: •Item 72. The Board approved a 12-month pilot program with Google to place advertising on the Metro.net website while also asking staff to study issuing a [continue reading]