Here’s a press release from Metro Media Relations regarding the Sunset Strip Music Festival this Saturday: Go Metro to the third annual Sunset Strip Music Festival staring at 1 p.m. on Saturday, August 28, to be held on Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood with musical acts Smashing Pumpkins, Slash and [continue reading]
It’s the last weekend of August, so make the most of it by going Metro to some of these great events. Have an event you’d like us to include? Shoot us an email at email@example.com. Time and space constraints limit us from listing every accessible event in this city, but [continue reading]
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 blog. Bus Rider’s Union Launches Attack on 30/10 in Effort to Fight Fare Hikes (Streetsblog LA) Streetsblog LA is officially back, and one [continue reading]
UPDATE 7:35pm: The links to the surveys weren’t working. They’ve been fixed. Sorry for the inconvenience. Due to the tech difficulties we ran into today, I’m going to hold off posting any survey results today, but I’ll double up on it tomorrow for your reading pleasure. In the meantime you [continue reading]
Here’s a last minute deal for some WNBA Playoff action this weekend. From the promoters: The Sparks are in the WNBA playoffs for the third consecutive season and we want our transit partners to be there with us! Come to STAPLES Center as the Sparks take on conference rival Seattle [continue reading]
As some of you may already know, technical difficulties knocked The Source offline yesterday evening and it took much of Thursday to make the necessary repairs. Our apologies for any inconvenience to readers and we’ll hopefully be posting at our normal pace soon.
Members of the United Transportation Union (UTU), which represents Metro bus and train operators, schedule makers and schedule checkers, voted Wednesday to give their leadership strike authorization authority. No one has called for a strike. Metro continues to negotiate with the UTU and our other major labor unions representing mechanics, [continue reading]
Some good news for the future Crenshaw/LAX Line, one of the new light rail lines that Metro is currently planning: The U.S. Department of Transportation announced a $1.45-million grant to help design an intermodal transit center for the Aviation/Century station near LAX. The grant was originally supposed to go to [continue reading]