A lot of people have been asking about the Metro Silver Line bus service that will be starting on December 13th. Well, Metro has released a bunch of new information including timetables, maps and a destination guide. We’re going to take a closer look at the information and figure out [continue reading]
The Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension Construction Authority is an independent agency that was set up to build the next phase of the light rail line from Pasadena to Azusa. The Authority last week released a letter to Metro about ongoing negotiations for a funding transfer agreement with the agency. [continue reading]
Work crews laid the last concrete deck on a 3 ½ level parking structure at the Atlantic station at the end of the Eastside Gold Line last week. A multi-level parking structure that will hold 280 cars is nearing completion and is targeting a late March opening. Parking will be [continue reading]
Here is the memo that Metro CEO Art Leahy sent to the agency’s Board of Directors about the stabbing aboard a Metro bus in Glendale on Monday: Bus Incident This morning, Transit Services Deputies responded to Broadway Street and Glendale Avenue in the City of Glendale regarding a fight on [continue reading]
A friendly reminder from the Metro press office that the L.A. Auto Show is easily accessible by mass transit — with the Blue Line’s Pico station right down the street from the Los Angeles Convention Center. Press release after the jump.
Downtown Los Angeles sees its second ice rink of the season open this evening at L.A. Live. Who knew that the city was so starved for ice skating? There’s also another outdoor rink less than a mile away at Pershing Square. The debut of the ice rink tonight is part [continue reading]
In his daily email to employees, Metro CEO Art Leahy had this nugget about ridership in the first week on the new Eastside Gold Line: The Metro Gold Line Eastside Extension began revenue service on Monday, November 16, 2009. Passenger activity for the first week of operations averaged about 11,000 [continue reading]
As I gazed at this morning’s transportation headlines, a question kept bouncing around my head: Which side is the front side of Union Station? The side that faces Alameda or the side with the transit plaza where all the buses go? The story that brought this to mind was one [continue reading]