There was a huge crowd on hand for Wednesday night’s “Invisible Cities” performance in Los Angeles Union Station’s historic ticketing hall brought to you by the Metro Presents series. Thank you very much to The Industry for their hard work putting on the concert and for everyone who attended!
Thank you to everyone who participated in yesterday’s “Heart of L.A.” CicLAvia presented by Metro and we hope you had a great time. Grateful good samaritans,@LAFD Station 60 + @metrolosangeles #NoHo helped me rehydrate.TY! #ciclavia #LessonLearned pic.twitter.com/BxZgKt96kP — Karen Calderon (@Thinking0utLoud) October 6, 2014 Took the @metrolosangeles Silver Line bus [continue reading]
https://storify.com/metrolosangeles/two-wheel-journeys-to-work Think outside your car, at least one day a week. #BiketoWork. http://t.co/o6fSeIkt3a — U.S. EPA (@EPA) May 15, 2014 Guys, Bike to Work Day is Friday, not today. Sheesh. pic.twitter.com/7hMpQdKw0H — Brooklyn Spoke (@BrooklynSpoke) May 13, 2014 @lacbc is everywhere! Thanks for the pit stop, WALK/BIKE Glendale! #bikela #biketoworkday2014 [continue reading]
Another set of photos from Union Station this morning and afternoon; here is another set of photos from earlier. Click to see a larger version of a photo. All photos by Juan Ocampo for Metro.
No surprise: another big crowd for CicLAvia on Sunday, with cyclists, walkers and others taking over Wilshire Boulevard between downtown Los Angeles and the Miracle Mile. Here are a few pics. Kind of wish you were out here? There's still time! #ciclavia pic.twitter.com/2eFIHuql57 — CicLAvia (@CicLAvia) April 6, 2014 https://twitter.com/MargaretTwitty8/status/451420458899214336/photo/1 [continue reading]
Above are a collection of photos of the exploratory shaft near the intersection of Wilshire and Odgen that has been built for the Purple Line Extension project. All the photos were taken from a workbox hoisted by the crane being used to lift excavated soil from the shaft; the first [continue reading]
Here are a trio of photos taken this morning of the work underway to repair the overhead wires on the Blue Line in Long Beach. The pantograph on a rail car damaged the wires about 5:20 a.m. Blue Line service has been suspended between downtown Long Beach and Willow station [continue reading]
Progress has been speedy on the construction of the Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension, the 11.5-mile addition that will extend the Gold Line from its current terminus in eastern Pasadena to Azusa with six new stations. And now comes the next step: tying the future extension into the existing Gold [continue reading]
An opening date for the newly rebuilt El Monte Station will be announced soon. Until then, here are a pair of nice panorama photo of the new facility: