As part of the fast moving construction work for the Metro Gold Line Eastside Extension, on Wednesday, Jan. 3, Metro will begin relocating power poles, drainage tie-ins and will pour concrete on the right-of-way on First Street between Evergreen and Lorena streets in Boyle Heights.
Train artwork billed as the biggest bouquet of roses ever delivered to the Tournament of Roses
Bill Lifts Prohibition on Subway Tunneling
Metro Goes Green in Carson: Metro Bus Division 18 in Carson outfitted with 1,632 solar panels as agency commits to even greater levels of operational energy efficiency and sustainability.
Metro is a great way to go and see Disney’s On Ice Princess Wishes show at the Staples Center in downtown Los Angeles and avoid traffic and parking hassles. Show your valid Metro pass or Metro Rail ticket at the Staples Center box office and get $5 off selected shows.
Live Chat w/Pam O’Connor noon Wednesday, Jan. 23
Passport to World Celebrations: Metro to run trains all night long New Year’s Eve to make getting to Rose Parade® easy. Free rides will be offered from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m.
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) announced earlier this month its passes will no longer be accepted on Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) DASH or Commuter Express buses.
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) and Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition (LACBC) has begun conducting a survey at several Metro Rail and Metrolink stations such as Wilmington/Imperial, Compton, Florence, Vernon, Van Nuys and Newhall to identify improvements for bicycle and pedestrian access to the station. The survey, in English and Spanish, is part of a comprehensive study of existing conditions and recommendations for improvements at the rail stations.
Leave the Driving to Metro
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) has implemented an accessibility enhancement to its home web page www.Metro.net. Visitors can access this information by selecting Metro’s “Text-only version of Metro.net” and “Riders with Disabilities” links at the top of the home page. “This link provides an alternative means for people to access key elements on the Metro website”.
SCAG’s “State of the Region” report shows that while progress has been made in our efforts to improve mobility throughout the region, we still fall short on what is needed to relieve traffic congestion. This is primarily because there just is not enough money for transportation purposes.
Metro Gold Line Service Update: Trains to run more often, serving all station stops during peak periods
Metro Features Griffith Park on New Poster by Local Artist
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Metro will add two new Metro Rapid Bus lines, provide additional Saturday bus service on four lines, extend the routes on three lines and create a new local/limited bus line serving downtown Los Angeles via Washington Blvd. effective Sunday, Dec. 16.
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