Chance to win prizes for those who pledge to ride their bike
Due to a series of six marches in and around downtown Los Angeles on Friday, May 1, Metro will detour nearly all buses in and out of downtown and is anticipating traffic delays from approximately 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
In a continuing effort to deliver essential transit and highway transportation projects to Los Angeles County during tough economic times, Metro’s (Metro) Board of Directors April 23 approved award of a public-private partnership consulting services contract to InfraConsult LLC. The task is to help the agency identify, from its Long Range Transportation Plan, viable transportation projects that could be the best candidates for public-private partnerships.
1.2 megawatt solar panel system, energy efficiency upgrades expected to cut facility’s electricity requirements in half to save $550,000 per year
Metro’s (Metro) Board of Directors today approved the purchase of up to 150 new state-of-the-art buses fueled by compressed natural gas (CNG) using stimulus funding.
Metro (Metro) Board of Directors today voted to fund the first phase of the I-405 Sepulveda Pass Widening Project, a critical regional transportation project that will add a northbound carpool lane on one of the region’s most congested freeways connecting the San Fernando Valley with the rest of Los Angeles.
Go Metro and join the festivities at the 61st Annual Israel Independence Day Festival on Sunday, May 3, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Woodley Park in Van Nuys. Avoid the traffic hassle at Woodley Park and save money by parking at the Sepulveda Park-and-Ride Metro lot located at 15430 West Erwin St. From there, hop on the Metro Orange Line and get off one stop later at the Woodley stop. Metro patrons who park at the Sepulveda Park-and-Ride Lot can purchase their admission tickets there and receive an exclusive 10 percent discount.
Metro buses will be detoured tomorrow night, Wednesday, April 22, to Friday, April 24, when Hollywood Boulevard is closed for a free concert by the band Depeche Mode.
“Awareness. Action. Change. Uniting to Go Green” event in Los Angeles is one of 10 Spotlight Conversations in the country as part of a nationwide initiative to engage communities in dialogue about climate action opportunities at the local level.
In a tribute to National Poetry Month and the 11th anniversary of Poetry in Motion® readings in Los Angeles, Metro and the Poetry Society of America present acclaimed California poets Elena Karina Byrne, Brendan Constantine and Mindy Nettifee in a live poetry reading during the afternoon rush hour, April 30, at Union Station in downtown Los Angeles.
Metro Blue Line service will experience service delays due to rebuilding of the intersection at the Metro Blue Line alignment and 103rd Street, between Graham and Grandee avenues in Watts, from Friday, April 24 to Tuesday, April 28, as part of the Metro Rail grade crossing maintenance program.
Celebrate Earth Day by leaving your car behind and go Metro to many of the free Earth Day events beginning Wednesday, April 22, and throughout the weekend of April 25-26. One of the events will feature musical and dance performances, face paintings, and a farmer’s market.
Customers urged to retain their cards to reload fare value on an ongoing basis
Be a superhero when you Go Metro to ZAP! POW! BAM! The Superhero: The Golden Age of Comic Books, 1928-1950 exhibition on view now through August 9 at the Skirball Cultural Center and receive $3 off admission.
Metro (Metro) has added a sixth public scoping meeting for the Westside Subway Extension project, and invites public participation and input as the agency moves into its environmental review process.
Metro will hold seven meetings and open houses in April and May
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