Valentine’s Day is three days away, but there’s still time to plan a memorable date night! Whether you’re single or in a relationship, let Metro get you in the mood [continue reading]
Join Independent Shakespeare Co. on The Course of True Love, a free Valentine’s Day art tour on the Gold Line
Celebrate (or bemoan) Valentine’s Day with an exploration of contemporary art in the Metro system and the timeless poetry of Shakespeare. Part of the Metro Art Moves tour series, the free, one afternoon only tour looks at artworks in the Metro system through the lens of The Independent Shakespeare Company, which [continue reading]
Officials yesterday visited the recently opened Business Solution Center that will assist businesses during construction of the Crenshaw/LAX Line. You can watch video from the event below. More information about [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]
Have a transportation-related article you think should be included in headlines? Drop me an email! And don’t forget, Metro is on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Pick your social media poison! Today’s Metro rider profile from Zocalo Public Square: ‘Talking to Strangers Was My Job.’ Clearing the air on the SR 710 North (San Gabriel Valley [continue reading]
Metro’s Project Labor Agreement (PLA) and Construction Careers Policy (CCP) Symposium will host a symposium to explore the impact of the nation’s first Federal Transit Administration approved Project Labor Agreement/Construction Careers Policy with a targeted hiring goals on Thursday, Feb. 12. The symposium sessions will engage administrators, stakeholders, contractors, trade unions and [continue reading]