The MTA Board of Director’s has approved two additional nominees to serve on a nine-member Governance Council for the Metro San Gabriel Valley Service Sector.
MTA has established a new program designed to enhance safety and convenience for its customers who ride Metro buses late at night
The MTA Board of Directors today approved the purchase of 200 high capacity 60-foot articulated buses powered by compressed natural gas as the final installment of the Board's original plan to purchase nearly 2,100 new buses. The articulated buses seat 50 percent more passengers than a standard 40-foot bus.
The MTA Board of Directors has approved the selection of nine diverse community leaders and activists to serve on the governance council for the Metro San Fernando Valley Service Sector. The newly formed council will work closely with the service sector and local community to help govern ongoing bus service improvements for the Valley.
The MTA keeps improving its bus fleet with 20 new vehicles named "Compo-buses," which will debut in revenue service this week in the South Bay. The "Compo-bus" is a 40 foot, 40-seat coach with a corrosion proof and carbon fiber reinforced body.
The MTA will conduct a public hearing on Santa Catalina Island on Tuesday, March 4, to receive ideas and suggestions for meeting public transportation needs on Santa Catalina Island. The hearing will be held in Avalon at the Catalina Justice Court, 215 Metropole Avenue, starting at 7:00 p.m.
Metro bus and rail service is becoming an even better alternative for Los Angeles County commuters as prices for gasoline continue to rise in Southern California.
Metro Rail will be the best bet for thousands of race fans wishing to view the 18th annual L.A. Marathon that will take place Sunday, March 2, on the streets of Central and South Los Angeles.
Security patrol officers at key MTA transit stations and facilities will be able to better monitor sites and increase their visibility thanks to an MTA pilot project to test Segway™ Human Transporters (HTs) in security patrols.
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