Things to listen to whilst transiting: Our latest podcast features an interview with Joshua Schank, Metro’s new Chief Innovation Officer. Things to read whilst transiting 1: two local eateries — [continue reading]
This is part of the process of getting the Expo Line extension to Santa Monica ready for public consumption. Another reminder: train testing between Palms and Santa Monica continues during the day and night. Be alert and be safe, people!
This is a continuation of the ongoing testing program. Please be careful around trains, especially on the street-running segment along Colorado Avenue in Santa Monica. And before you ask…no, we don’t [continue reading]
Here’s the notice from the Gold Line Foothill Extension Construction Authority, the agency which built the project: Starting this weekend, Los Angeles County Metro (Metro) will be running trains on [continue reading]
Testing is scheduled along the entire alignment between Palms and Santa Monica from 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. Monday through Friday. If walking, biking or driving around the tracks, please obey all signs and signals!
Trains will be running more frequently in Santa Monica than they have been. Please see the notice below:
All photos by the Gold Line Foothill Extension Construction Authority. Click on a photo to see a larger version. Metro CEO Phil Washington announced Thursday that the Gold Line Foothill [continue reading]
There is still construction work to complete on the Gold Line Foothill Extension project, but still some welcome news — train testing on portions of the track will soon be beginning. The notice from the Gold Line Foothill Extension Construction Authority is below. As for those who live and work [continue reading]
Sharp-eyed train spotters along the Metro Green Line might see the second of the new Kinkisharyo light rail vehicles undergoing testing this week. The train car pictured was transported last [continue reading]
Here’s the news release: Metro will expand the operation of test trains along the Metro Expo Line corridor beginning Sunday, Dec. 4, running trains on a schedule of every 12 minutes during the day to simulate regular mid-day service on the line once the system opens in early 2012. The [continue reading]