Have a transportation-related article you think should be included in headlines? Drop me an email! And don’t forget, Metro is on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Pick your social media poison! Before the @metrolosangeles #GoldLine, and even the Red & yellow cars, #HighlandPark had its own train station. pic.twitter.com/RtljneJecI — e l s o n (@elsongs) [continue reading]
A few items of interest tackled by the Metro Board at today’s monthly meeting: •The Board approved Item 16 to provide $1.3 million for improvements to the Branford Street railroad crossing of Metrolink tracks in Los Angeles in the northeast San Fernando Valley. Improvements include pedestrian gates, roadway widening and [continue reading]
The gavel has just dropped on today’s meeting of the Metro Board of Directors. Here’s the agenda — looks to be a fairly quiet meeting today. You can listen to the meeting over the phone by dialing 213-922-6045. I’ll post a roundup of the meeting later.
Here's the agenda for Thursday's meeting of Metro Board of Directors and a few items of interest on fare gating, station renaming and park-n-ride lots
The Metro Board of Directors meets at 9:30 a.m. Thursday for its regular monthly meeting. The agenda is above or you can download the pdf here. A few items of general interest on the agenda: •Metro staff are considering establishing a budget to add fare gates to four street-level stations [continue reading]
Have a transportation-related article you think should be included in headlines? Drop me an email! And don’t forget, Metro is on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Pick your social media poison! Metrolink to roll out collision avoidance system (L.A. Times) Initial runs by trains using the Positive Train Control system began this week and Metrolink plans [continue reading]
These recaps are helpful to track the many different items that were on yesterday’s agenda. I also posted a little bit yesterday about some of the more noteworthy items and here’s our post explaining the Metro Airport Connector item.
The Metro Board of Directors today approved scheduling a public hearing for Metro fare restructuring proposals. The Board is scheduled to vote on fare restructuring at its meeting on Thursday, May 22. The two proposals by Metro staff are posted above. Here is the Metro staff report on fare restructuring. [continue reading]
Here are some of the more interesting items tackled today by the Metro Board of Directors at their January meeting: •Item 76, the Board approved a public hearing on March 29 to review two fare restructuring proposals released by Metro staff on Friday. At this point, the Board is scheduled [continue reading]
One of the items to be considered by the Metro Board of Directors in this month’s round of meetings: whether to begin the development process for a new ballot measure in November 2016 to pay for transportation projects. Nov. 2016 will likely be a big election with voters deciding the [continue reading]
Good morning! The gavel just thwacked the tabletop, setting in motion the final Metro Board of Directors meeting of 2013. The 13-member Board serve as the final deciders of most things Metro. Learn more about them here. The agenda is above. If you are not one of the lucky ones [continue reading]