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News Releases from March, 2001

March 30, 2001
Learn How to Do Business With Public Agencies during the 8th Greater Los Angeles Vendor Fair at L.A. Convention Center

The eighth annual Greater Los Angeles Vendor Fair will take place Wednesday, May 2, at the Los Angeles Convention Center.

Keywords: Public Agencies, Los Angeles Vendor Fair, L.A Convention Center
March 30, 2001
MTA’S STATE OF THE BUS REPORT SHOWS DRAMATIC IMPROVEMENTS TO METRO BUS SERVICE OVER LAST FIVE YEARS

MTA’s Metro Bus service now ranks as one of the best among its peers with the dramatic turnaround over the last five years being accomplished by improved management and operations, coupled with the arrival of new clean-burning, state-of-the-art compressed natural gas (CNG) buses.

Keywords: Bus, Improvements, Reports
March 21, 2001
MTA To Hold Public Workshop In Pomona April 9 To Review Long Range Transportation Plan

MTA will hold a public workshop in Pomona Monday, April 9, to discuss its draft Long Range Transportation Plan, a 25-year blueprint for transportation planning in Los Angeles County through the year 2025. The meeting will start at 6 p.m. in the Pomona City Council Chambers, 505 S. Garey Ave.

Keywords: Public Workshop, Pomona, Long Range Transportation Plan
March 21, 2001
MTA To Hold Public Workshop In Long Beach April 3 To Review Long Range Transportation Plan

MTA will hold a public workshop in Long Beach Tuesday, April 3, to discuss its draft Long Range Transportation Plan, a 25-year blueprint for transportation planning in Los Angeles County through the year 2025. The meeting will start at 6 p.m. in the Long Beach Water Treatment Plant auditorium, 2950 Redondo Ave.

Keywords: Public Workshop, Long Range Transportation Plan, Long Beach
March 20, 2001
MTA Unveils New High Tech Stations On Metro Rapid Bus Ventura Boulevard Line In San Fernando Valley

Los Angeles Mayor and MTA Board 2nd Vice Chair Richard J. Riordan and other MTA officials were joined today by representatives of the Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) and Suisman Urban Design as they unveiled the Metro Rapid Bus Sepulveda station, one of 27 new Metro Rapid bus stations on the Ventura Boulevard Metro Rapid Bus Line 750.

Keywords: Rapid Bus, Ventura Boulevard Line, San Fernando Valley, High Tech Stations
March 20, 2001
MTA To Hold Public Workshop In Pasadena April 5 To Review Long Range Transportation Plan

MTA will hold a public workshop Thursday evening, April 5, to discuss its draft Long Range Transportation Plan, a 25-year blueprint for transportation planning in Los Angeles County through the year 2025. The meeting will start at 6 p.m. in the Pasadena Senior Center, 85 E. Holly St.

Keywords: Pasadena, Public Workshop, Long Range Transportation Plan
March 12, 2001
MTA LAUNCHES NEW INTERACTIVE WEB PAGE TO GET PUBLIC MORE INVOLVED IN TRANSIT

MTA today launched “Stakeholders,” a new interactive MTA Internet web page intended to better communicate with public officials, community groups, transit organizations and the public-at-large.

Keywords: Web Page, Interactive, Transit
March 07, 2001
MTA ANNOUNCES MORE PUBLIC WORKSHOPS THROUGHOUT L.A. COUNTY ON LONG RANGE TRANSPORTATION PLAN

MTA has announced nine new public workshops will be held in late March and April where anyone concerned about worsening traffic as Los Angeles County grows in population can learn about MTA’s plan to keep local streets and highways moving freely.

Keywords: Public Workshops, Long Range Transportation Plan
March 07, 2001
MTA To Reroute Several Bus Lines Serving Colorado Boulevard In Pasadena During Street Construction Work

MTA will reroute several bus lines in the City of Pasadena beginning Thursday, March 8 due to street construction work along Colorado Boulevard for the Pasadena Metro Blue Line.

Keywords: Construction, Reroute, Bus lines, Colorado Boulevard, Pasadena
March 01, 2001
MTA Releases Draft Environmental Report For Eastside Light Rail Transit Project

The MTA today released the draft environmental study of a 6-mile light rail extension which would serve one of the most densely populated and heavily transit dependent areas in Los Angeles County.

Keywords: Eastside, Light Rail Transit Project, Draft, Environmental Report
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