Here are the results as of 12:30 p.m. on our reader poll on the Expo Line’s color. There’s no cutoff to the voting–but the more who weigh in, the more interesting the results. Participate in the poll here.
Here’s a look at some of the transportation headlines gathered by the Metro Library. The full list of headlines is posted on the library’s blog. Don’t forget you can also follow the Metro Library on Facebook and Twitter. Line numbering: geek fetish or crucial messaging? (Human Transit) Ever wonder how [continue reading]
As part of the widening of the 405 freeway to add a carpool lane through the Sepulveda Pass, the bridge that carries Sunset Boulevard over the freeway is going to soon be demolished and rebuilt — while partially remaining open to traffic. Work begins later this month. The page to [continue reading]
If you ride Metro buses regularly you might have know that Transit TV asked riders to create a painting of their own interpretation of the Transit TV logo for the chance to win $500. No matter how you feel about the Transit TV service, you’ve got to admit that’s a [continue reading]
As the project that is officially known as the Metro Rail Exposition Corridor (MREC) to Culver City, Phase 1 – informally referred to as the Expo Line – inches towards completion, an important decision still needs to be made: what will the line be called once it’s in operation? Why [continue reading]
It’s included in today’s Go Metro Weekends roundup, but I think it’s worth mentioning again: this Sunday, Metro and the Watts Village Theater Company, along with a number of other local performance troupes will be putting on two performances that use Metro Rail stations as the stage. The first performance [continue reading]
Here’s a look at some of the transportation headlines gathered by the Metro Library. The full list of headlines is posted on the library’s blog. Don’t forget you can also follow the Metro Library on Facebook and Twitter. Goodbye suburbs, hello city (Harvard Business Review) There is growing evidence that [continue reading]
A big weekend coming up with lots of great Metro accessible events to attend. The Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival is screening films this weekend, and Metro riders can take advantage of Destination Discount savings at the screenings. On Saturday there’s an Arts District May Day celebration and of [continue reading]
In case you missed it, the agency’s Board of Directors last week approved holding a special meeting to discuss and update the public on the fare increases that are scheduled for July 1. (Here’s a full list). The meeting will be held Saturday, May 8, at Metro headquarters in downtown [continue reading]
A slightly explanded list is after the jump of the number of bus lines that will be impacted by tomorrow’s May Day rallies in downtown Los Angeles and Westwood. Those heading into downtown should consider taking the subway.