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El Pasajero
Metro’s Spanish language blog. El Pasajero is the portal for   breaking transportation news, timely service alerts, and a steady stream of news features, photos and video about virtually every aspect of mobility in which Metro is involved.
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The Source
Metro's transportatin news blog. The Source is your connection to the latest agency news, funding and policy issues, and how to get the most out of transit and Los Angeles.
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Metro News Headlines
Stay up to date with the latest information on meetings, construction, and press releases from Metro.
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Metro Library and Archives Transportation Headlines
The Dorothy Peyton Gray Transportation Library has a historic legacy of photographs, manuscripts, and other items document the important and unique role of transportation in Southern California history and culture.
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Metro Library: Primary Resources Blog
The Primary Resources blog compliments the daily aggregated news items. We have a lot of important resources from our collection and beyond to share with our transit and transportation community.
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Board / Committee Meetings
Metro Board and Committee meetings and agendas, posted monthly and updated in real-time.
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Career / Job Opportunities
Real-time listings of career/job opportunities at Metro.
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Destination Discounts
Go Metro to participating locations and events and you'll save on admission, get discounts on meals, and receive free gifts.
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Service Advisories – All (Bus, Rail, Special)
Planned service advisories for Metro's Bus and Rail system, also Special Advisories that may affect multiple modes and lines.
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Service Advisories – Bus Only
Planned Service advisories affecting Bus Only.
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Service Advisories – Rail Only
Planned Service advisories affecting Rail Only.
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Service Advisories – Special Only
Planned Service advisories affecting multiple modes and/or lines. 
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Still time to Go Metro to Special Olympics World Games!
Posted by Steve Hymon on July 31, 2015 9:01 am
The schedule at the Special Olympics World Games is chock-full of events today and Saturday. If you haven’t had the chance to attend yet, there’s still time and Metro can help you reach ...
Go Metro Weekends, All things Hallyu at KCon LA
Posted by Lexi Hinton on July 31, 2015 5:30 am
A wave of Korean entertainment (Hallyu) is bound to take over the heart of downtown LA. And because we specialize in providing you with the most transit-accessible destinations, we’re certain ...
How We Roll, Thursday, July 30
Posted by Steve Hymon on July 30, 2015 2:56 pm
Have a transportation-related article you think should be included in headlines? Drop me an email! And don’t forget, Metro is on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. #TBT: the last time Santa ...
How to Go Metro to the Special Olympics World Games!
Posted by Steve Hymon on July 30, 2015 9:37 am
A warm welcome to the many athletes, visitors and volunteers in Los Angeles and the surrounding area for the Special Olympics World Games! There are a number of ways to get around our region ...
Video: Expo test train in downtown SaMo!
Posted by Steve Hymon on July 30, 2015 9:22 am
For those who like moving pictures, a lil’ something from yesterday’s clearance test of the second phase of the Expo Line in downtown Santa Monica. We’re pretty sure it was the ...
Go Metro: Special Olympics competitions are underway!
Posted by Steve Hymon on July 27, 2015 6:49 pm
Thank you to everyone who took the Expo Line to the Opening Ceremonies on Saturday night. It’s great to see the Olympic torch lit once again in Los Angeles — and it’s even ...

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