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News Releases from February, 2001

February 22, 2001
HARBOR FREEWAY TRANSITWAY RECEIVES IMPROVED BUS SERVICE MTA BOARD APPROVED SERIES OF ROUTE AND SCHEDULE MODIFICATIONS TO METRO BUS SERVICE, EFFECTIVE JUNE 3

The MTA Board of Directors today approved a series of route and schedule modifications to the Metro Bus system aimed at improving service and system efficiency.

Keywords: HARBOR FREEWAY TRANSITWAY, Bus, Service, Modifications, Schedule
February 21, 2001
BOND SALE ANTICIPATED TO SAVE MTA $30 MILLION

The MTA Board today approved the sale of $270 million in Proposition A sales tax bonds which will provide funds to retire approximately $55 million in short-term notes the MTA sold last June.

Keywords: Bond Sale
February 21, 2001
MTA RAIL STATION TO BE RENAMED IN HONOR OF REP. JULIAN DIXON

One of the MTA’s busiest Metro Rail stations will be renamed after U.S. Rep. Julian Dixon (D-Culver City), a longtime supporter of public transit projects in Los Angeles, including the Metro Rail and Metro Bus systems. Dixon passed away on December 8 at the age of 66.

Keywords: Rail Station, Julian Dixon
February 20, 2001
MTA CONSTRUCTION IN UNIVERSAL CITY NECESSITATES THE CLOSURE OF THE HOLLYWOOD FREEWAY BEGINNING MAR. 4

MTA construction of a new overpass adjacent to the Metro Red Line Universal City subway station that would have necessitated the weekend closure of the Hollywood (101) Freeway beginning Sunday, Feb. 25. has been cancelled due to weather conditions.

Keywords: Construction, Universal City, Hollywood Freeway
February 09, 2001
FIBRE OPTIC SIGN DESIGNED TO WARN PEDESTRIANS

MTA EVALUATING “SECOND TRAIN COMING” SIGN

Keywords: Fiber Optic Sign, Pedestrians
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