For the love of art and Metro…… In 1909, the California Art Club was founded to promote contemporary and traditional fine arts, and now through April 19 you’ll see works [continue reading]
This weekend, lane reductions on Westwood Boulevard will be required in order to complete roadway improvements for the Expo Line project. Here’s the construction notice from the Expo Line Construction Authority, the independent agency building the six-mile project between Culver City and downtown Santa Monica.
The 2014 college football season kicks off at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on Saturday, August 30, when the USC Trojans host the Fresno State Bulldogs and fans are encouraged to avoid snarling traffic delays by riding the Metro Expo Line to the game. Saturday marks the third year that [continue reading]
Photos: Luis Inzunza/Metro Are you starting to make plans for this summer? The California Science Center is the only place in town where you explore the space age and ancient history. Check out the Space Shuttle Endeavour and the new Pompeii exhibit all in one day. And getting there is easy–just hop on [continue reading]
With pump prices more than $4 a gallon again and more than 50 cents a gallon higher than they were in January, Metro and the Automobile Club of Southern California today joined forces to help teach drivers how to spend less on gas. They were joined by representatives from the Natural [continue reading]
Service Alert: Tonight, Nov. 5 through Thurs, Nov. 7—Expo Line every 20 minutes between 8 p.m. and 11 p.m.
Tonight, Nov. 5 through Thurs, Nov. 7, Expo Line will run every 20 minutes between 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. while track work is completed. Trains will share one track between La Cienega/Jefferson and Culver City Stations. Announcements will be made at Expo Line stations. You can also follow alerts [continue reading]
Here is the explanation from Metro for tonight’s disruption to Blue Line and Expo Line service in downtown Los Angeles: At 4:54 pm, the Overhead Catenary System (OCS) on the Blue and Expo lines just south of downtown was damaged. Currently, the lines are hanging low and there is no [continue reading]
Work crews to perform track work at rail junction at Washington/Flower in downtown L.A. this weekend
Work crews on Friday night are set to begin making repairs to the rail junction at Washington and Flower in downtown Los Angeles. The work will require all trains to be replaced with shuttle buses for Expo Line and Blue Line riders traveling between 7th/Metro Center, Pico, 23rd Street and [continue reading]