A few photos from Metro’s Instagram stream and others; we’ll have some other photos later. Enjoy!
Have a transportation-related article you think should be included in headlines? Drop me an email! And don’t forget, Metro is on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Pick your social media poison! ART OF TRANSIT: A film/TV shoot at Union Station over the weekend. Photo from our Instagram feed. Thousands get out of their cars and onto [continue reading]
A friendly reminder that CicLAvia is scheduled for this Sunday with a nice course covering the different corners of downtown while stretching from MacArthur Park (Red/Purple Line) to Mariachi Plaza (Gold Line). In fact, as the map shows the route is accessible by all Metro Rail’s downtown lines, as well [continue reading]
This Sunday, when you’re walking, cycling or skating your way through the streets at CicLAvia, enrich your mind, ears and eyeballs with art, special events and activities along the way! The 7.5-mile Heart of L.A. route connects with eight Metro Rail stations, each featuring artwork created specifically for the site. (See map [continue reading]
The next CicLAvia takes place Sunday, October 6, with the route exploring DTLA. The event is free to the public and lasts from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Go Metro to save on CicLAvia T-shirts and collectibles. Just show your valid TAP card at the Mariachi Plaza Hub merchandise tent [continue reading]
“Heart of L.A.”, the next installment of CicLAvia, takes place on Sunday, October 6. The route revisits DTLA, and many of Metro’s Destination Discount partners are located along the way. So start planning your CicLAvia Sunday and make sure to have your TAP card handy so you can save at [continue reading]
em>Have a transportation-related article you think should be included in headlines? Drop me an email! And don’t forget, Metro is on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Pick your social media poison! ART OF TRANSIT: The view down to Fifth Street from the Bunker Hill Steps in downtown Los Angeles, via Metro’s Instagram account. Century City tower site [continue reading]
Here’s something to cure your post-summer blues: after three long months, CicLAvia is back this Oct. 6, allowing bicyclists, pedestrians, skateboarders and others the rare opportunity to explore miles of L.A. city streets sans cars. The planned “Heart of L.A.” route consists of 7.5 miles of protected roadways in downtown [continue reading]
I hope everyone had a great time at CicLAvia yesterday and please enjoy the above photo gallery. A few quick thoughts: •Congrats to the folks at CicLAvia and the Los Angeles Department of Transportation for keeping the bike traffic moving. Bikes only had to stop for cross-traffic on a handful [continue reading]
Freewaves.org and out-the-window.org posted this on vimeo. Nice. Need more info about getting to CicLAvia on Metro? Here’s our earlier post.