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 Headlines blog, which you can also access via email subscription or RSS feed. Toll lane transponder fees suspended for L.A. County residents (L.A. [continue reading]
This is something that has been discussed before on this blog and the comments board and now the work is underway: Metro is relocating stand-alone validators at 7th/Metro Station in order to make it easier for customers to TAP when transferring between the Red/Purple Line subway and the Blue Line [continue reading]
The Expo Line opened in late April and since then we’ve received a steady trickle of comments from Metro customers saying that it’s difficult to differentiate Expo Line and Blue Line trains at the two stations they share — 7th/Metro Center and Pico. A few passengers have even complained of [continue reading]
There’s really no reason to even say those two words and jinx anything, so let’s just say “Go Metro to the L.A. Kings final home game of the season.” That is an absolutely true statement. Because it’s the final home game until September – yes, the NHL does have an [continue reading]
Several readers have asked about this: all Expo and Blue Line trains will be leaving from platform 2 at the 7th/Metro Center station in downtown Los Angeles. Announcements are being made in the station. Another easy way to tell which train is an Expo Line train and which is [continue reading]
An Expo Line train was tested on the stretch of tracks north of Washington Boulevard today, reaching the 7th/Metro Center station that it will eventually share with the Blue Line.
The Regional Connector Project Draft Environmental Impact Statement/Report officially goes public Friday. While it may not be quite as sexy a project as the Westside Subway Extension that follows a similar Measure R project timeline, it does something the subway project does not: it connects four light rail corridors covering [continue reading]