It’s no secret that new residential and commercial development is soaring in the Arts District in downtown Los Angeles. Several projects are underway and a lot more are in the planning [continue reading]
You can also download or print a pdf of the agenda from this link. I’ll update this post as the meeting continues. •The Board Approved the final environmental study for the [continue reading]
A motion calling for further study of possible Arts District stations for the Red/Purple Line in downtown Los Angeles will be considered by the Metro Board of Directors this month. [continue reading]
ICYMI: Our year-in-review post is here. It’s not short. Art of Transit: Things to read whilst transiting: Creep on the Hayward Fault, in the New Yorker. The fault runs through the East Bay in the San Francisco-Oakland metro area and is thought to be one of the more dangerous ones [continue reading]
Time flies when you’re building a new light rail. Between January and March, the Regional Connector project interrupted Gold Line service at the Little Tokyo/Arts District Station to build a [continue reading]
Regional Connector construction work continues in Little Tokyo. The existing Gold Line tracks between Vignes Street and Temple Avenue have been removed and work is underway on the temporary track — [continue reading]
With the Gold Line’s Little Tokyo/Arts District Station now closed until late March, Metro has a parking validation program underway Little Tokyo to help support businesses during the work. The above video breaks it down.
The closure of the Little Tokyo/Arts District Station until March 21 is set to begin this Friday night at 9 p.m. for major track relocation and tunneling work for the Regional Connector project. [continue reading]