Here is the most recent episode of Metro Motion, the agency’s show that airs on local cable television as well as YouTube. Click here for prior episodes.
It’s been a busy year for L.A. County’s transportation revolution, as Metro opened two major rail line projects and continued building three more. But there were dozens of other, less [continue reading]
There’s coverage of the opening of the Gold Line to Azusa, some San Gabriel Valley destinations near the train and some of the places accessible from the Expo Line extension that opens next week. Thanks for watching!
In celebration of the Metro Rail 25th anniversary, a special edition of Metro Motion — Metro’s quarterly cable television show — looks at rail in Los Angeles. Who rides it and why? When did it begin? Why did it end? And what lies ahead now that L.A. County has committed [continue reading]
Metro has won an Emmy for the Metro Motion Union Station 75th Anniversary TV show, which aired prior to the May 3 Union Station anniversary celebration. The show contains interviews with many key players in the Union Station story, including Metro CEO Art Leahy. The Emmy award in the public [continue reading]
In this edition of Metro Motion the focus is on beautiful Los Angeles Union Station, which is celebrating its 75th anniversary on May 3. The 1939 opening was an amazing party and half a million spectators turned out to explore the last of the great railway stations and see the [continue reading]
Metro’s popular quarterly cable television show this winter tackles the often asked question: What does the Metro Purple Line have in common with Ice Age mammoths? Hint: Location. Location. Location. We meet a woman who wrote a book about a formerly forgotten Hollywood star … while commuting to work on [continue reading]
New Metro Motion talks issues important to life itself … and, more importantly, it's now in high def
Metro’s popular quarterly cable television show is for the first time in high definition so that those beautiful buses look even better than before. Trains, too. And of course the 30-minute show is filled with interesting stories about how transit is impacting our growing region, as well as suggestions for adventures [continue reading]