Dept. of I’m Back in L.A. after 45 day exile to Ohio!: If you have a window seat on any inbound flight to LAX you can get a view of [continue reading]
Things to read whilst transiting: I love this. The Chicago Cubs have had to yank an offer that would have allowed Chicago aldermen — their equivalent to a City Council — to purchase World Series tickets at face value. Why anyone thought that passed the ethical smell test is beyond [continue reading]
How We Roll, Sept. 27: hey let’s fire millions of people and throw some 80,000 pound self-driving big rigs on the road! Wait…let’s not!
Things to read whilst transiting: No, not a debate article! Rather a series of letters from NYT readers about the “stakes in the election.” Yes, some readers express a preference for a particular candidate and you may not agree. Beyond that, there’s a lot of interestingness with readers expressing views on the [continue reading]
Insane images emerging from China's crazy flooding pic.twitter.com/uUXZhnjD56 — Bill McKibben (@billmckibben) July 25, 2016 News story: Sweet deal! And you can also save on parking with Expo Line. #pokemongometro [continue reading]
Editorial: Whittier needs a Gold Line to call its own (SGV Tribune) The lede to the editorial about the Eastside Gold Line Extension project is buried in the second-to-last paragraph: But if the question is which one should be built first, we come down on the side of a Whittier line [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! Loading Lovely sunset in #EastLA captured by @ter_renz #MetroGoldLine #MetroRail #palmtrees #LosAngeles #sunset #GoMetro View on Instagram Why the 405 isn’t any faster with more [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! Metro to connect $670 million for downtown rail connector (L.A. Times) Coverage of today’s announcement that after years of negotiations, Metro and the Federal Transit [continue reading]