Go Metro Weekends is The Source’s weekly guide to having a great weekend in L.A. without a car. All events are easily accessible (within a half mile walk) by Metro bus and rail lines, and we make sure any night time events listed are served by Metro’s owl service (unless [continue reading]
If you’ve been following progress on the Regional Connector project, you already know that the Little Tokyo community has not exactly been thrilled with Metro’s proposals to build rails at street level across First and Alameda Streets to connect with the Gold Line. The Little Tokyo Community Council has, in [continue reading]
Metro Communications staff put together this nicely shot but strangely silent video compilation of festivities from todays Gold Line Eastside Extension opening. A throw back to the silent movie era or a chance to play your own music while you watch? I’ll let you decide.
At this point, it’s obvious that there will be substantial lines the rest of the afternoon on the Eastside Gold Line. We probably won’t get a true feel for commuters’ perspectives on how the train functions until revenue service begins Monday. My colleague Fred and I chatted with many passengers [continue reading]
While we’d like to think the Gold Line Eastside Extension opening is the center of the universe, there are other activities going on around Los Angeles this weekend. One of them is just steps from the new Gold Line Little Tokyo/Arts District Station. On Sunday, Nov. 15 — the same day the [continue reading]
Como integrante del equipo de prensa de Metro, José Ubaldo ha estado trabajando en el proyecto de la extensión de la Línea de Oro del Metro por varios años. Con la línea finalmente inaugurada este fin de semana, aquí hay algunas observaciones de José acerca de la línea. La traducción [continue reading]