In 2014, Socorro Blanco was told she had cancer. Surgery made it possible to stop the illness, but she still has to visit the oncologist regularly. Now, every time she [continue reading]
Metro last week approved a new fare policy that simplifies and streamlines Metro fares and caps fares so that no customer overpays for riding Metro buses and trains. The new fare policy was developed to provide a better customer experience by making the transit system easy to use, affordable and [continue reading]
Join Metro’s On the Move Riders Program and the group Cyber Seniors for a series of webinars covering the TAP LA App for both iPhones and Android phones. The app [continue reading]
Metro today released its 2021 to 2024 Draft Coordinated Public Transit – Human Services Transportation Plan (plan) for L.A. County. The plan addresses regional transportation needs of target populations including seniors, persons with disabilities, low-income individuals and veterans. Read and download the plan here. Key areas the plan covers include: [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. View this post on Instagram A post shared by LA Metro (@metrolosangeles) Smart Branding Attracts the Masses to Mass Transit (InTransition Magazine) This article highlights the trend at a few [continue reading]
As many of you likely know, Metro’s fare increases and fare changes that were approved this spring go into effect on September 15. The charts below outline the new fares, including regular fares and passes, Silver Lane fares and the EZ Pass. I urge everyone to give this a read before [continue reading]
Fun video from San Francisco Muni and their Multimodal Accessibility Advisory Committee on the need for people to surrender their seats on buses and trains for senior and disabled riders.