POSTPONED Coming up this Thursday according to Caltrans: The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) will have alternating closures in both directions of Pacific Coast Highway (State Route 1) intermittently between 6:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, November 21 from south of Las Posas Road to north of Deer Creek [continue reading]
As we posted the other day, Westwood Boulevard is closed to traffic this weekend between Ashby and Richland avenues to accommodate the laying of tracks for the second phase of the Expo Line. The road is scheduled to reopen by 6 a.m. Monday. Above is a nice photo taken Saturday [continue reading]
Progress has been speedy on the construction of the Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension, the 11.5-mile addition that will extend the Gold Line from its current terminus in eastern Pasadena to Azusa with six new stations. And now comes the next step: tying the future extension into the existing Gold [continue reading]
Construction notice: upcoming weekend closures of Overland Avenue and Westwood Boulevard to lay tracks for Expo Line project
It’s a big step forward for the project but it comes with some inconvenience. The above notice from the Expo Line Construction Authority has all the details.
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Welcome to Friday Five, a weekly roundup of five transit pics we’re loving on Instagram. Want to be featured? Tag @MetroLosAngeles on Instagram to get our attention and follow us for more fun transit photos. Sometimes, the London tube is really, really tube like. Nice perspective shot heading up out of Civic [continue reading]
Waterford to Constitution Bikepath Closure Revised Notice The closure of the bike path that runs along the west side of the I-405 will be extended until Sunday, December 22, due to Los Angeles Department of Water and Power work on a valve in the area.
It’s not unusual to spot film and TV crews shooting scenes around the region and Union Station is no stranger to being a star. In fact, it’s such a popular place that Germany’s Next Top Model show today used Union Station as the set for one of the models’ challenges. [continue reading]
Although I’m normally allergic to panel discussions, I actually attended one last month at the Mobility 21 conference on self-driving cars that rose to the level of mighty interesting. The gist of the conversation: virtually ever major car company is pursuing self-driving cars, the technology is sound, the cars could [continue reading]
With the Gold Line Foothill Extension project nearly 50 percent complete, it’s a good time to start pondering some of the development that will take place along the 11.5-mile route between eastern Pasadena and the Azusa/Glendora border. Thus, the above report from the city of Monrovia on planning efforts for [continue reading]