Los Angeles Unified School District and L.A. Metro announce partnership to provide free transit passes for all LAUSD students

Here is the news release from the LAUSD: Los Angeles, CA (October 1, 2021) – Los Angeles Unified School District and Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) are announcing a game-changing partnership to offer TK-12 students unlimited rides from October 1, 2021, through June 30, 2023, at no cost [continue reading]

Low-Income riders can apply for LIFE fare discounts at Metro Customer Centers 

Metro Customer Centers are now accepting applications for the Low-Income Fare Is Easy (LIFE) program at all five locations, making the discount program more accessible throughout L.A. County. The LIFE program offers fare assistance to qualifying low-income riders. Customer Center locations and temporary hours are as follows: Union Station/Gateway Transit Customer Center – [continue reading]

On #SavePublicTransit Day, agencies and stakeholders push for more help in Congress’ pandemic stimulus bills

Our country’s economy can’t recover without #publictransit. Systems across the country need $32 billion in federal funding to help essential workers reach the frontlines to fight the COVID-19 pandemic. Join #Voices4Transit to urge Congress to #SavePublicTransit pic.twitter.com/bvYpBoBGew — PublicTransportation (@APTA_Transit) December 15, 2020 Without at least $32 billion in emergency [continue reading]