•The LAT has a story on why the forecast completion of the Regional Connector has recently slipped from Dec. 2021 to spring/summer 2022. Among one of the challenges: labor shortages [continue reading]
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.