As our bus riders may know, video monitors on Metro buses went dark earlier this month. Metro is looking into various uses and programming for the Transit TV screens. Thanks for your patience and we will post updates when we have more information.
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! Metrolink to roll out collision avoidance system (L.A. Times) Initial runs by trains using the Positive Train Control system began this week and Metrolink plans [continue reading]
Here is a look at some of the transportation headlines gathered by us and the Metro Library. The full list of headlines is posted on the Library’s Transportation Headlines online newspaper, which you can also access via email subscription (visit the newspaper site) or RSS feed. Have a transportation-related article you want included [continue reading]
How do they do that? is a series for The Source that explores the technology that helps keep Metro running and passengers and other commuters moving. Some of it applies directly to the trains, buses and freeways and some of it runs in the background — invisible to nearly everyone [continue reading]
This June Metro riders were treated to a week of moving art thanks to the Out The Window project – a collaboration between Freewaves, Echo Park Film Center, Public Matters and UCLA REMAP. The videos shown in June were produced by local high school students under the direction of professional [continue reading]
If you ride Metro buses regularly you might have know that Transit TV asked riders to create a painting of their own interpretation of the Transit TV logo for the chance to win $500. No matter how you feel about the Transit TV service, you’ve got to admit that’s a [continue reading]
Love it or hate it – and according to Metro surveys, most customers prefer it – Transit TV is back, under new ownership and ready to give bus riders something entertaining and informative to occupy their time. Transit TV is now owned and operated by TEZO Systems, a locally based [continue reading]