Welcome to Friday Five, a weekly roundup of five transit pics we’re loving on Instagram. Want to be featured? Tag @MetroLosAngeles on Instagram to get our attention and follow us for more fun transit photos. This week’s edition features some great costumes as seen on transit. Getting fancy on the Red [continue reading]
Service advisories posted for upcoming special events — including Rock-n-Roll Half-Marathon in downtown L.A. on Sunday
There’s a lot going on around town in the next week. Here’s the newly-posted service advisories for bus detours: Saturday in downtown Los Angeles: Independence Day of Panama http://www.metro.net/service/advisories/update/special/505/ Sunday in downtown Los Angeles: Rock ‘n’ Roll ½ Marathon http://www.metro.net/service/advisories/update/special/507/ Wednesday in West Hollywood: Halloween Carnival http://www.metro.net/service/advisories/update/special/508/
It’s the weekend before Halloween! Get in the mood with Ghostbusters, screening at the Egyptian Theatre this Friday. The movie starts at 7:30 p.m. and general admission is $11. (Metro Red Line to Hollywood/Highland, Metro Bus 222 to Hollywood/Las Palmas) Can we get the Cookie Monster in the house? For [continue reading]
There will be longer trains tonight through close of business to accommodate Halloween celebrants who want to leave the driving to Metro. (Good idea.) Ride safely and use the entire boarding platform length. No extended hours … but most of us have to work tomorrow, anyway.
Avoid West Hollywood this afternoon and evening at all costs — unless you specifically want to be there for the amazing West Hollywood Halloween Carnaval. As always on Halloween, it will be a crazy place with fantastic costumes and incredible traffic during the parade, as well as afterward. City officials [continue reading]
To connect w/ Green Line to Norwalk & Gold Line to Pasadena: 11:22pm To connect w/ Gold Line to East LA: 11:42pm To connect w/ Green Line to Redondo Beach: 12:02am To connect w/ Blue Line to Long Beach: 12:22am To Union Station only: 1:02am To North Hollywood: 12:38am For [continue reading]
Due to the West Hollywood Halloween Carnaval bus service in the WeHo area will be impacted starting at 11:30am today until 6am Monday morning. Buses will stop at detours any place it is safe to do so. The following lines will be impacted, click for specific detour information: Line 2 [continue reading]
Halloween is a major event in L.A. and the best way to join the party is to forgo the car and Go Metro. There’s tons of Metro accessible Halloween events happening across town, and this guide will lead you to them. The video above was taken on the Red Line [continue reading]
Los Angeles Metro riders packed the Red Line on Saturday night to head out to Hollywood for Halloween. I took part in the madness and took some video of the experience. Crowds, costumes and high spirits best describe the ride. Nice job L.A.!
When it comes to Halloween, Hollywood knows how to have a good time. Last week we prepped you for a car-free Halloween, listing the various Metro accessible festivities happening around the city. My goal this year was to end up at the West Hollywood Carnaval since I missed it last [continue reading]