An opening date for the newly rebuilt El Monte Station will be announced soon. Until then, here are a pair of nice panorama photo of the new facility:
The new two-level El Monte station is set to open in October. Here are three photos taken earlier this week of work on the project: Posted with Blogsy
Above are a pair of nice aerial photos taken earlier this week of the new El Monte Station, which is scheduled to open this fall.
Here is a look at some of the transportation headlines gathered by us and the Metro Library. The full list of headlines is posted on the Library’s Headlines blog, which you can also access via email subscription or RSS feed. Ray Bradbury — and the free L.A. monorail system that never was (KPCC) [continue reading]
A column that will hold up a canopy is put in place on Wednesday as construction proceeds on the new El Monte Station. The greatly expanded station is expected to open in August.
Weekend Closure – Westbound Tunnel at El Monte Station 3-1-12 Revised_wp
Here are three photos taken this past week of construction work on the new El Monte Station, which is scheduled to open in August. The new station will have much greater capacity than the old one, be able to serve buses of all sizes and is adding a regional transit [continue reading]
The Silver Line debuted on this day in 2009, running seven days a week between the El Monte Station in the San Gabriel Valley, downtown Los Angeles and the Artesia Transit Center in the South Bay. (See the map after the jump). The bus makes that trip in under [continue reading]
When we last checked in with the Wilshire rush hour bus lane project, the completion date that we posted was 2013. But Dana Gabbard at L.A. Streetsblog had a post Friday saying that the completion date for the project is now 2015. The project will put 7.7 miles of rush [continue reading]
Boarding locations for some Foothill Transit locations changing this weekend at El Monte station due to construction
Here’s the flier being handed out to passengers at the station: