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Transportation headlines, Tuesday, June 17

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!  Report urges new light rail station, circulator for LAX travel (L.A. Times) Good coverage of the Metro staff report released yesterday recommending a new light rail [continue reading]

Metro speaks freely

Tired of sitting in traffic? Trying to save money? Interested in getting around our wonderful but traffic-clogged region more easily? The Metro Speakers Bureau can help. The Speakers Bureau will provide free presentations throughout Los Angeles County on a variety of transportation topics, including jobs at Metro. Please email us [continue reading]

Presidential departure in the a.m.

  We still don’t know what the traffic patterns for President Obama’s departure in the morning will look like. That info is being kept secret for the time being because of security concerns. But it’s a pretty good bet that Westside traffic between Beverly Hills and Brentwood will be bad between 8 a.m. and [continue reading]

Bike-to-work programs picking up speed at Diamond Awards that showcase corporate traffic-busting commuter programs.

Illuminating a stellar effort in unraveling the region’s huge traffic knot, the Corporate Blue Diamond Award for 2010 was awarded Wednesday to the California Institute of Technology, the renowned research university in Pasadena. With a robust bike-to-work and to-school program that currently attracts some 600 participants, Caltech offers a wide [continue reading]