Important links: info on senior fares is here. With a senior/disabled/Medicare TAP card — available to those 62 and older — a regular fare is 75 cents per ride on [continue reading]
The Metro Freeway Service Patrol (FSP) on Wednesday celebrated its 25th anniversary of helping stranded motorists with car trouble and helping ease traffic congestion. The FSP began as a test program in 1991 and has since helped more than seven million motorists — and remains a free service provided by [continue reading]
A major safety improvement to a South Los Angeles County railroad crossing at the intersection of Rosecrans and Marquardt Avenues was announced today by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation [continue reading]
Citrus Avenue update: The extension of Citrus Avenue that will make it far easier to reach the Gold Line’s APU/Citrus College Station is almost complete — a September opening may be possible (a developer is building the road as part of a deal with the city of Azusa). In the [continue reading]
Metro CEO Phil Washington was honored Wednesday with the Tom Bradley Equal Opportunity Award at the 68th Annual American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) Awards. The award goes to those who [continue reading]
Here are recordings from the two Telephone Town Halls (TTH) that Metro held on Monday night to discuss the potential ballot measure with residents of Los Angeles County. Here’s the transcript for the city of Los Angeles TTH. I’ll add the transcript for the San Gabriel Valley TTH as soon [continue reading]
There will be general information about the potential ballot measure that Metro is considering, as well as info about projects specific to different parts of Los Angeles County. If you want to listen to any meeting, call 888-400- 1932 to hear it in English or 888-400-9342 for Spanish. Here’s the rest [continue reading]
Above is the video from last Saturday. Some interesting nuggets from elected officials and members of the Metro Board about the project’s history and the potential extension to Claremont and perhaps beyond.