CicLAvia will be back in the Arroyo Verdugo region of Los Angeles County this Sunday with a three-mile route connecting tranquil Atwater Village to bustling downtown Glendale. Portions of Glendale [continue reading]
The commuter rail agency partially funded by Metro issued the news release today, looking back at accomplishments in the past year. Among those: a six percent increase in ridership. The release: Metrolink’s 2011 Accomplishments Position Agency for Success in 2012 Agency will celebrate 20 years of operation in 2012 Los [continue reading]
As 2011 winds down, the following is a look back at our more popular posts from the past year. Not surprisingly, many of the posts are from earlier in 2011, which tended to be heavy on big news. And equally non-shocking, readers showed the most interest in posts about Metro [continue reading]
Following up our earlier post, here are three pics I snapped at Union Station this morning of the two Metrolink bike cars that have been the recipients of a special wrap. They look quite awesome in person.
Metrolink isn’t screwing around. They’ve taken two of their new “bike cars” and put “wraps” on them to let everyone know loud and clear that they’re train cars with tons of extra room for bikes. Both of the cars are on the same train this morning, the only time that [continue reading]
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, flanked by a host of city, Metrolink and CicLAvia officials, held a press conference this morning at Union Station to promote Sunday’s CicLAvia event, calling it an opportunity for Angelinos to reclaim L.A.’s public space from the automobile. “We are reclaiming public space that we paid for [continue reading]