Transfers between most TAP-participating agencies will be exclusively on TAP starting July 15. Cash will no longer be accepted when transferring from one agency to another. Pay with TAP when you board, [continue reading]
The first segment of the Red Line subway opened Jan. 29, 1993 — 25 years ago today. Metro held a media event at Union Station this morning to celebrate and [continue reading]
Transit and reading go hand in hand, and now more than ever. Starting today, you’ll be able to purchase and load TAP cards at 35 county library locations. For the [continue reading]
In order to better manage demand for parking at two very busy Red Line subway stations and create more parking spaces for transit riders, Metro will begin charging $3 a [continue reading]
Have you met Tappy? TAP’s new mascot is here to help you learn how to get the most out of your TAP card. Load it with money — called Stored Value — and you’re good to go.
The 1,500th U-Pass — Metro’s cheap-and-easy college transit pass solution — was recently purchased by a CSUN student. Here’s the news release. The U-Pass is heavily subsidized by schools, meaning CSUN students can buy them for $95 for fall semester and then use their student ID cards to board Metro [continue reading]
The date is quickly approaching: beginning on July 7, workers, residents and visitors in downtown Los Angeles will be able to hop on a bicycle at one of the 65 Metro Bike Share stations [continue reading]
Hi everyone. Anna and I will be out on the Expo Line tomorrow morning. Please follow us on Twitter for frequent updates, service alerts and news about Metro. 1) What’s [continue reading]