Metro’s community-based transit service sector governance councils will hold their monthly public meetings in March to discuss various transportation issues in their service sectors, including proposed service enhancements and changes to Metro Bus service planned for implementation in late June.
Metro has stepped up their Safety 1st campaign, “Look, Listen and Stay Alive,” to educate Eastside residents on how to live safely around trains now that the train testing process has begun on the new six-mile extension to East Los Angeles of the Metro Gold Line. The line will open mid-summer 2009.
Metro is a great way to go and see more than 200 ice skaters from 50 countries compete for World Champion in the International Skating Union (ISU) World Figure Skating Championships March 24-29 at the STAPLES Center in downtown Los Angeles and avoid traffic and parking hassles.
Due to security measures implemented for the 81st Annual Academy Awards show at the Kodak Theater at the Hollywood and Highland complex in Hollywood on Sunday, Feb. 22, Metro Red Line subway trains will not stop at the Hollywood/Highland station.
Two local colleges are now offering their students low-cost transit passes for the Spring semester as part of Metro’s (Metro) Institutional Pass program.
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