MTA joined an array of local, state and federal officials today including several past Olympic Gold Medal winners at Union Station in downtown Los Angeles to officially dedicate the opening of the Los Angeles to Pasadena Metro Gold Line. The 13-7-mile light rail line opens to the public Saturday, July 26 and links Union Station in downtown Los Angeles and Sierra Madre Villa in East Pasadena via Chinatown, Highland Park, South Pasadena and Pasadena.
Seven Metro Rail stations to feature community activities, food and entertainment
Alternative parking available near Universal City Metro Red Line Station as well as station access via Metro Buses
Stations on the expanding Metro Rail System are proving to be attractive locations for joint development. To date, several developments have been completed, while others are either under construction or are in the planning stages.
Pending final approval from the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), MTA is poised to open to the public the Los Angeles to Pasadena Metro Gold Line on Saturday, July 26. The new light rail line spans 13.7 miles linking Union Station in downtown Los Angeles and Sierra Madre Villa in East Pasadena via Chinatown, Highland Park, South Pasadena and Pasadena.
(Los Angeles) - In less than three weeks, Metro Gold Line trains will begin whisking passengers between Union Station and Pasadena, but in the meantime you can get a sneak peek of the new rail line from the comfort of your living room on MTA’s Metro Motion cable television show.
MTA has announced plans to enable monthly riders of the Metro Gold Line to reserve their own parking space at the Sierra Madre Villa, Lake and Mission Metro Gold Line Stations in Pasadena and South Pasadena.
MTA has launched two new shuttle bus lines to better serve residents and riders in the Gateway Cities area of Los Angeles. The new lines will operate every 30 minutes, seven days week and will provide late night and early morning trips, and transfer connections with other regional bus and train services in the area.
MTA’s service sector governance councils have set their public meetings for July. Residents within the San Fernando and San Gabriel Valleys, South Bay, and Gateway Cities areas of Los Angeles who are interested in helping improve bus service in their communities are invited to attend, where they will be allowed to comment on governance council agenda items.
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