On Saturday, October 21, join Metro Art and our Grand Avenue neighbors for Grand Ave Arts All Access. L.A.’s home for world class arts and culture opens its doors with [continue reading]
We have big events coming up for The Day of the Dead – one of the largest and oldest celebrations in Mexico, where loved ones who are no longer with [continue reading]
As many of you know, Metro is a big agency — our budget for the current fiscal year is $9 billion. We use that money to run our own bus [continue reading]
One of the challenging issues that we’ve grappled with over the years is the frequent request by riders for Metro to add public restrooms at stations. Quite understandably, riders want [continue reading]
As we’re marking the first anniversary of the opening of the K Line, we’re also looking at how to bring it further north. Over the past few weeks, we held [continue reading]
“20 for the 20th” continues with another set of free, artist-designed posters available at Metro Customer Centers!
Metro Art’s Through the Eyes of Artists poster series is celebrating its 20th year! To celebrate, 20 posters from our archive will be on display on our buses in the [continue reading]
Metro Art Celebrates National Arts and Humanities Month with K Line and Chinatown Exhibitions, Regional Connector Celebrations, Meet the D Line Artist Eamon Ore-Giron and more!
October is National Arts and Humanities month and Metro Art has an exciting and diverse roster of happenings all month long! Follow us on Instagram to learn how you can [continue reading]
Isn’t it great when the foods that you are craving most happen to be right next to your train station? For this reason –and because Metro is about to celebrate [continue reading]
Whenever you take a ride on one of Metro’s buses, trains, bikes, or Metro Micro vans, your ride is supported by hundreds of people –– drivers, mechanics, service attendants, custodians, [continue reading]
Filipino American History Month and Disability Employment Awareness Month TAP Cards available + sneak peek at upcoming cards
In October, we celebrate both Filipino American History Month and Disability Employment Awareness Month. Filipino American History Month is celebrated in October because the first Filipino immigrants arrived in the [continue reading]