Things to read/look at while sitting/standing/waiting/stuck on transit: The above photos are a fraction of the thousands of photos collected by Kipp Teague at his Project Apollo page on Flickr. Pretty [continue reading]
If you live in Hollywood, you no longer have to travel to downtown to catch the FlyAway bus to LAX. Starting today, FlyAway will run service to LAX from the southeast corner of Hollywood Boulevard and Argyle Avenue, across the street from the Red Line Hollywood/Vine Station and the Hollywood Pantages Theatre. [continue reading]
Road closures were staggered throughout the evening and the intersection of Aviation and Century is now closed. The video below shows equipment being moved into place that will be used to demolish the old railroad bridge in order to make way for the Aviation/Century Station for the Crenshaw/LAX Line. Please [continue reading]
Century Boulevard, one of the main access roads to the airport, will be closed to traffic at the Aviation Boulevard intersection beginning 9 p.m. Friday, July 25, through 6 a.m. Monday, July 28 for the demolition of Century Boulevard Bridge. The old railroad bridge needs to be demolished to allow for [continue reading]
Please keep in mind that many flights have been delayed and allow extra travel time as Los Angeles International Airport reopens after this morning’s shootings in Terminal 3. Follow @LAX_Official on Twitter and the different airlines for the latest information. Also, click here for LAX flight arrival and departure information.
Good news for Expo riders. New FlyAway bus shuttle service to LAX — this one from the Expo Line La Brea Station — will begin this spring (date to be determined), making 18 trips a day. To encourage ridership the price will begin at $6 one way but will rise to $7 after six months. The cost [continue reading]
One question that I’m sure will come up: LAX FlyAway bus service at Union Station, Van Nuys and Westwood will run on their normal schedules this weekend. Extra buses are being added to ensure service remains on time at all three locations, according to Los Angeles World Airports, the city [continue reading]
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 blog. Study: $2 trillion needed for U.S. infrastructure (Washington Post) The results of a new study from the Urban Land Institute (ULI) echo [continue reading]