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.
More photos below. Click to see larger versions — you may be in one of them. The morning was devoted to the speeches and platitudes. And then, shortly before noon, [continue reading]
It was a fairly quiet meeting Thursday of the Metro Board of Directors, the 13-member body that decides many issues large and small at the agency. In his opening remarks, [continue reading]
With the announcement last week that the NFL’s Rams — and possibly the Chargers — are relocating to the Los Angeles area, here’s an interesting motion that will go before the Metro Board of Directors this month. The motion calls for a task force to study ways to use the [continue reading]
I missed this one earlier and I’m going to be tied up tomorrow morning at the Move LA conference, so I thought it best to add now: More buses and highways across the region will ease traffic gridlock, L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti says (Daily News) Speaking at a transportation forum [continue reading]
In the past day or so, some nice signs of progress on the Gold Line Foothill Extension which will add 11.5 miles to the Gold Line, stretching it from eastern Pasadena to the Azusa/Glendora border, along with a large rail vehicle maintenance facility in Monrovia. The two top photos show [continue reading]
There was a nice event held Friday morning for the 10th anniversary of Gold Line service between Los Angeles Union Station and Pasadena. The event was organized by the Gold Line Foothill Extension Construction Authority, the agency that is overseeing construction of the 11.5-mile addition to the Gold Line that [continue reading]