Good morning, everyone! It’s hard to underplay the significance of today: after 63 years, rail service will be restored between Santa Monica and downtown Los Angeles. And a very crowded [continue reading]
This is an awesome video, produced by our friends in the Los Angeles County Newsroom. The subject: Alan Weeks, 84, a retired Metro employee who was on the last streetcar [continue reading]
Somewhat understandably, there has been a lot of attention focused lately on the return of rail service to a certain city-by-the-sea. While that is a very exciting thing, there are [continue reading]
Hey Steve, when you lived in Santa Monica between 1996 and 2003 and then later covered politics and transportation as a reporter, did you ever believe the train would one day [continue reading]
There’s coverage of the opening of the Gold Line to Azusa, some San Gabriel Valley destinations near the train and some of the places accessible from the Expo Line extension that opens next week. Thanks for watching!
Metro’s CEO Phil Washington has now been on the job for one year. He was previously the general manager of the Regional Transportation District that serves the Greater Denver region and [continue reading]
Things to listen to whilst transiting: Art of Transit: Watch the first passenger train travel from downtown L.A. to Santa Monica in 60 years (Gizmodo) Actually, 63 years. Nice piece [continue reading]