Metro's community-based transit service sector governance councils will hold their regular monthly public meetings in March to discuss various transit issues as they relate to their specific transit service sector.
Metro Sector Governance Councils to Hold March Monthly Meetings; San Fernando Valley Sector to Hold Mar. 2 Public Hearing on Proposed Metro Bus Service Changes Metro's community-based transit service sector governance councils will hold their regular monthly public meetings in March to discuss various transit issues as they relate to their specific transit service sector.
Metro will re-establish Line 434 bus service on Pacific Coast Highway, beginning at 3 p.m. today, to serve Malibu from Big Rock west to Trancas Canyon. Buses will operate at 30-minute intervals.
New features, county-to-county functionality make online transit planning an invaluable tool for getting around Southern California by bus and/or rail.
The latest additions to the ever-growing Metro Rail art collection are open and on exhibit at select stations along the 73.1 mile transit system.
Due to the 77th Academy Awards show at the Kodak Theater at Hollywood and Highland complex on Sunday February 27 all Metro Red Line subway trains will not stop at the Hollywood/Highland station.
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) will conduct public hearings in Lancaster and Palmdale to receive ideas and suggestions for meeting public transportation needs in the Antelope Valley.
With eight Metro Rail stations just a short walking distance from the race course, L.A. Marathon spectators from all over Los Angeles County will be able to enjoy the convenience of rail travel and see all the highlights of this year's Marathon and not have to worry about traffic or parking.
Southland commuters and businesses have a new online resource for battling traffic. A new web site, sponsored by the region's five transportation agencies, provides all the resources needed to start ridesharing today.
Go Metro to celebrate the 106th Annual Golden Dragon Parade and Festival as Chinatown rings in the Chinese New Year the weekend of February 12-13.
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