One in a series of posts that will look at projects and programs that would receive funding from the sales tax ballot measure that the Metro Board has approved to send [continue reading]
https://storify.com/metrolosangeles/reaction-to-foothill-gold-line-announcement Gold Line extension to Azusa will open in March, bringing Metro rail deeper into L.A. suburbs (LAT) A good look at yesterday’s big announcement that the Gold Line to [continue reading]
Have a transportation-related article you think should be included in headlines? Drop me an email! And don’t forget, Metro is on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Reminder: With construction wrapping up on the Gold Line Foothill [continue reading]
Have a transportation-related article you think should be included in headlines? Drop me an email! And don’t forget, Metro is on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Pick your social media poison! University of Minnesota ranks accessibility to jobs by transit in the U.S. (news release) The study finds that Los Angeles ranks third behind New York [continue reading]
Census Bureau data tells the story: while room for improvement in many ways, L.A. County has typical commutes when compared to U.S.
The U.S. Census Bureau released some new data sets yesterday, although some of the numbers have been around for a while or will be familiar to some readers. I don’t think there’s anything shocking about the number of people driving into Los Angeles County to work — not exactly surprising [continue reading]
This weekly post features news from other transit agencies and planners from around the world. Did we miss a good story? Let us know in the comments. Boston Red Line’s 100th anniversary Boston’s venerable Red Line subway is celebrating its 100th year in service in 2012 — and just think [continue reading]
Here is a look at some of the transportation headlines gathered by us and the Metro Library. The full list of headlines is posted on the Library’s Headlines blog, which you can also access via email subscription or RSS feed. Five new Asian languages, three spoken in India, added for L.A. County voters (KPCC) [continue reading]