Metro provides video to our customers via our public-facing website, metro.net. Metro currently uploads all videos to YouTube and embeds them on our site. Visit Metro's YouTube channel for a complete listing of our latest videos.
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|Metro Brand Guideline for Videos||Metro Brand Guideline|
|M Mark Opening
|M Mark Closing
|M Mark Closing (El Pasajero)
|M Mark Opening
1280 × 720
|M Mark Closing
1280 × 720
|M Mark Closing (El Pasajero)
1280 × 720
|metrovideoassets.zip||Metro Video Assets
Zip File with these file types JPGs, EPS, PDF
Metro provides photos to our customers via our public-facing website, metro.net. Photos should be optimized for web in JPEG format.
|Metro Brand Guidelines for Photography||Metro Brand Guideline|
|Model Release & Consent Agreement||Metro Model Release|
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Cookies are small files which can be placed on your computer by Web servers when you visit certain sites. These files may contain information such as ID's and passwords, personal information, or preferences. During your visit, the server can access these files to help personalize pages or allow you to affect e-commerce more easily. Metro does not set cookies from any page in the metro.net domain. Our e-commerce and lobbyist registration pages set cookies with login information only for the convenience of customers who use these areas repeatedly. If you are concerned about privacy, you may set up your browser not to accept cookies, or you can delete them from your hard drive once you leave the section. By using Metro's website, you consent to the collection and use of information as described above. You will be informed of any changes to the policy as it relates to your personal information.
Metro provides links to other government transit related websites as a service to our customers and does not share any personal information with these entities. Note that Metro does not endorse or take responsibility for information contained on those sites.
Metro does not collect nor store personal information from customers downloading, installing or using our 'Go Metro' mobile applications for iPhone, iPad, or Android. Customers who want to provide feedback via the 'Report A Bug' button in the application have the option to provide contact information ONLY if they'd like a reply. Device model and current operating system is collected for troubleshooting, this response is sent by email.
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The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transit Authority (Metro) provides transit services and Agency information as a resource to the public and transit customers in Southern California via the internet at www.metro.net, thesource.metro.net, developer.metro.net, elpasajero.metro.net, lite.metro.net, m.metro.net, metroexpresslanes.net, americafastforward.net, and www.mta.net. Any other use, including reproduction, modification, distribution, transmission, republication or display is strictly prohibited. All content contained on this Metro web site is the property of Metro and is protected by applicable copyright laws.
This information includes, but is not limited to, text in the form of HTML, Adobe® Acrobat PDF files, Microsoft® Office family documents, logos and other trademarked items, maps, graphics or photographic images, marketing materials, including, without limitation, advertisement and database or application content.
The Metro logo is a registered trademark of Metro. Metro trademarks may not be used in connection with any product or service that is not Metro’s, in any manner that is likely to cause confusion among transit customers, or in any manner that disparages or discredits Metro. Other products or company names mentioned herein may be trademarks of their respective owners. Metro diligently protects it intellectual property and will take all steps necessary to prevent non-permitted uses, including, without limitation, responding to claims of copyright infringement. Metro will promptly process and investigate notices of alleged infringement and will take appropriate actions provided at law or in equity.
Metro commissions artists to incorporate artworks into a wide array of transportation projects throughout Los Angeles County. The use of any artwork, artist, project information and images contained on this site is strictly prohibited without the prior written consent of the Metro Art department.
Use of Metro information contained on this website including reproduction, modification, distribution, transmission, republication, display or performance is prohibited without the express written consent of Metro. This prohibition against unlawful or unauthorized reproduction is intended to include all domestic use as well as protections afforded under any international forum or law, including, but not limited to G.A.T.T.
To obtain written consent to use artwork, project information, photographic images, logos, maps or other graphics used on the Metro web site (collectively, the “Artwork”), contact the Metro webmaster. Basic usage information, including a description of what the item(s) will be used for, contact information including name, company or organization and publication or project name should be included for each request.
Metro makes no representations of any kind regarding the content of the Metro web site. The information and Artwork contained in the Metro web site is provided “AS IS” WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR NON-INFRINGEMENT.
This web site is created and controlled by Metro in the State of California, USA. As such, the laws of the State of California shall govern all matters arising from or relating to the use and operation of the Metro web site and interpretation of the terms and conditions contained herein.
Metro is commited to providing accessible online information (per Section 508) by conforming to WAI's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. Please note that technology constantly changes, so we’ve established the following baseline with which our Internet content should be viewed.
metro.net is best viewed with the most current version of all major browsers.
metro.net is best viewed with the most current version of all recommended plugins. These plugins are free for download.
In addition to information provided on standard web pages, Metro offers content in various formats. Although not required to access our core information, this supplemental information requires plug-ins*, or add-ons to your standard browser in order to access. To utilize this supplemental information, you may be prompted to download the following plug-ins or software:
A screen reader is a software application that attempts to identify and interpret what is being displayed on the computer screen. Various assistive devices and softwares have varying levels of functionality and thus might not be able to fully support an accessible document. The following is a list of commercial and open source software, along with some general recommendations and limitations:
|Product||License||PDF Support||PDF Table Support||Notes|
|JAWS 8 and Above||Commercial||Yes||Yes||Complete accessibility functionality|
|Window Eyes 7.1||Commercial||Yes||Limited||Ignores Scope Attribute in Table Cells|
|NVDA||Open Source||Yes||Limited||Takes a long time to process large files; row and column headers are not read|
||No||Relies on converting PDF files to either HTML (web view) or text (text view). Conversion does not retain table structure.|
|Microsoft Narrator||Included with Windows||No||No||Does not support table functions|
|WebAnywhere||Open Source||No||No||Web based reader that relies on Google conversion of PDF documents. Converted documents do not retain table structure.|
|Fire Vox||Open Source||No||No||May read HTML Versions, Supports Table Functions. Can convert PDFs to HTML using Acrobat Pro, or Adobe's free online converter. http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/access_onlinetools.html
|Online conversion tools for Adobe PDF documents||Free Service||N/A||N/A||Converts PDF documents into HTML retaining structure from a Tagged PDF. Can be read by an open source web screen reader such as Fire Vox|
*A plug-in is an application that provides additional functionality to the standard browser.
For viewing MS Word, Powerpoint, and Excel documents - Download Adobe Acrobat Reader (free) or use Google Docs Reader (online)