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News Releases from October, 2000

October 26, 2000
MTA TO HOLD AN ADDITIONAL PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED METRO BUS SERVICE MODIFICATIONS

The MTA Board of Directors will hold an additional public hearing on Saturday, November 18, 2000 to receive public comment on proposed route and schedule modifications to MTA Metro Bus service along the Harbor Transitway, Wilshire-Whittier corridor, Ventura corridor and other service changes.

Keywords: Public Hearing, bus service, modifications
October 26, 2000
MTA TO HOLD AN ADDITIONAL PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED METRO BUS SERVICE MODIFICATIONS

The MTA Board of Directors will hold an additional public hearing on Saturday, November 18, 2000 to receive public comment on proposed route and schedule modifications to MTA Metro Bus service along the Harbor Transitway, Wilshire-Whittier corridor, Ventura corridor and other service changes.

Keywords: Public Hearings, bus service, Modifications
October 20, 2000
BASEBALL FANS CAN ENJOY METS/YANKEES “SUBWAY SERIES” BY TAKING L.A.’S SUBWAY: THE METRO RED LINE

Metro Red Line passengers will able to enjoy “The Subway Series” without having to travel 2,000 miles to the Big Apple.

Keywords: baseball, fans, subway, Red Line
October 20, 2000
NEW AND IMPROVED MTA SYSTEMWIDE TRANSIT MAP NOW AVAILABLE

The MTA’s newest systemwide Metro Bus and Rail map, sponsored by Nix Check Cashing, is now available free-of-charge at over 50 Nix Check Cashing outlets. The map is one of the most comprehensive, easy to follow transit service maps ever produced by the Authority, making trip planning far more convenient.v

Keywords: Systemwide, transit, map
October 17, 2000
BUS AND RAIL OPERATORS APPROVE LABOR CONTRACT

MTA Turns its Focus Toward Reaching Agreement with Mechanics and Clerks Unions

Keywords: Bus, rail, labor contract
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