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L.A. County Supervisor Hilda L. Solis contributes $10,000 reward to add to Metro’s $25,000 reward for capture of suspect in Metro Rail operator shooting

Los Angeles County Supervisor Hilda L. Solis, and Metro Vice Chair, is contributing a $10,000 reward through her First District Discretionary Funds to add to Metro’s $25,000 reward for information that leads to the identification, apprehension and conviction of the person who shot a Metro L Line (Gold) rail operator [continue reading]

Metro offers $25,000 reward for capture of suspect in shooting of Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Deputies

Metro is offering a $25,000 reward for information that leads to the identification, apprehension and conviction of the person who shot two L.A. County Sheriff’s Department deputies in their parked patrol vehicle at the A (Blue) Line’s Compton Station on Saturday evening (Sept. 12). The deputies were working for Metro’s [continue reading]

Metro enhances reporting and tracking of sexual harassment and asks victims to always call law enforcement to report incidents

Metro is making a series of improvements to better support victims of sexual harassment on the Metro Bus and Rail system. Victims are encouraged to first call 888-950-7233 or text 213-788-2777 to report sexual harassment incidences..  Marketing began to promote the new sexual harassment message on our system earlier this month. [continue reading]

Rideshare safety, transit views, ExpressLanes: Metro News Now, Dec. 11

From the Twitterverse: https://twitter.com/41Strange/status/1204844153730826245 https://twitter.com/hunter_owens/status/1204565390371614720 Concur. Cleveland? Haven’t ridden that one but as a native of southwestern Ohio, count me as a skeptic of all things northeastern Ohio, generally speaking. Interesting to compare San Francisco’s local plan to increase housing density and low-income development around transit — which hasn’t been embraced [continue reading]