Some more pics from Expo II’s opening last weekend from Metro staffers Candace Wakefield and Peter Watkinson. Bon appetit!
Things to listen to whilst transiting: The Judge John Hodgman has an all-car related docket in a new episode that just posted — and one case involves vanity plates in the 415 apparently. It will probably be funny, albeit not as much of a bellybuster as the JJHo case involving [continue reading]
Things to read whilst transiting: On the angst of work meetings: the NYT magazine has a great story about the misery that work meetings inspire in many — namely, the desire [continue reading]
Some nuggets to know: •Rides will be free from noon until midnight on Saturday on the entire Gold Line. •Trains will begin running on the new 11.5-mile Gold Line extension at noon [continue reading]
I’ll get to the point: I need your help. I’ve been shooting pics for a photo essay of the new Gold Line extension to Azusa that opens March 5. I’ve [continue reading]
There’s been plenty of test trains rolling along the Gold Line extension to Azusa in the past few months, but now it’s time for the final run-up to the opening. Pre-revenue testing on [continue reading]
The 14 miles of ExpressLanes between Alameda Street in downtown Los Angeles and the 605 freeway debuted shortly after midnight. The initial toll to use the lanes from end-to-end was $3.25. The above photo was taken in the ExpressLanes central office in Gardena last night after the lanes opened.
It’s beyond obvious that both expectations and anticipation for the Expo Line opening on April 28 are sky-high right now. The Source had its highest traffic day ever when the opening was announced last month. Readers have been asking many questions about the line. I’ll do my best to answer [continue reading]