(Los Angeles) – The start of a peak-period, bus-only lane project on Wilshire Boulevard in West Los Angeles has been delayed until March 8. Rainfall during the month of February forced the postponement of necessary pavement re-striping and installation of signage.
The Board of Directors today approved a deal with the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) in which the school district will purchase land above the Wilshire/Vermont Metro Red Line Station for the construction and development of a public school.
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The Metro San Fernando Valley Service Sector will hold two community meetings in March to update the public on various transportation issues pertaining to Metro Bus service provided in the San Fernando Valley.
(Los Angeles) - The next generation of MTA's popular Metro Rapid bus service is set to debut March 1 with a project aimed at demonstrating the benefits of bus-only lanes to bus operations and traffic flow. The project will reserve curbside lanes for buses during morning and afternoon peak hours (7 a.m. to 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.) on both sides of a frequently congested one-mile section of Wilshire Boulevard in West Los Angeles between Federal Avenue and the Santa Monica city line at Centinela Avenue.
The Metro Westside/Central community-based transit service sector will hold two community meetings and a public hearing on proposed service enhancements and changes to Metro Bus service operating in the Central area of Los Angeles as well as the Westside.
The Metro South Bay community-based transit service sector will hold a public hearing in March on proposed Metro Bus service modifications and service changes planned for implementation on or after June 27, 2004.
(Los Angeles) - Thinking about voting early in the March 2 California primary election by touchscreen? Planning your trip on Metro Trip Planner at www.metro.net can make getting to L.A. County's 16 touchscreen locations more convenient via the Metro Bus and Rail System.
MTA has announced the appointment of Alex Clifford as the new general manager of the Metro Gateway Cities community-based transit service sector serving communities in the southeast portion of Los Angeles County.
Getting to sporting events is easier than you think when you "Go Metro." Scores of sports venues are easily accessible via Metro Buses and trains:
Basketball fans can "Go Metro" to the 2004 NBA All-Star Game and avoid the hassles of driving to and parking at the Staples Center Feb. 15.
In an effort to learn more about the Metro Bus lines operating in the South Bay as well as what Metro customers experience when riding Metro Buses, the seven members of the Metro South Bay Governance Council will begin riding buses throughout their service area beginning in February.
Metro Rail will be the best way for thousands of runners and fans to participate in the 26th Annual Firecracker 5k/10k Run that will take place Sunday, February 8, on the streets of Chinatown.
Today, the Board of Directors authorized a limited appeal to U.S. District Judge Terry Hatter of the January 12, 2004 Order of Special Master Donald Bliss.
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