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News Releases from October, 2017

October 26, 2017
Metro Board Approves Study for Railroad-Style Crossing Gates, Busway Bridge on Metro Orange Line to Improve Safety, Speed and Reliability

New Valley Measure M Project Moves Forward
Metro Board Approves Study for Railroad-Style Crossing Gates, Busway Bridge on Metro Orange Line to Improve Safety, Speed and Reliability

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October 24, 2017
Hundreds Gather for Metro’s 2nd Annual Older Adult Transportation Expo

Nearly 400 attended Metro’s 2nd Annual Older Adult Transportation Expo today in the Union Station Ticket Concourse to learn about discounted fares and how to make mobility more accessible for older adults.

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October 24, 2017
Metro’s Second Annual Older Adult Transportation Expo Tuesday, Oct. 24, Will Showcase Mobility Options and Services for Exploring L.A. County Without a Car

Meet older adults who have learned how to make public transportation work for them by joining Metro’s On the Move Riders Program. And hear from the authors of, “Loving LA the Low Carbon Way.”

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October 24, 2017
Metro’s Dodger Stadium Express to Provide Service to Dodgers World Series Games

The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) will provide Dodger Stadium Express bus service for the World Series against the Houston Astros beginning this evening. Attendees of Los Angeles home games are encouraged to take Metro to the game to beat traffic during rush-hour games.

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October 20, 2017
The Great California ShakeOut - L.A. Metro Offers Tips on What to Do if Riding Transit System During an Earthquake

In observance of The Great California Shakeout earthquake drill on October 19, the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) offers several potentially life-saving tips if commuters are riding a Metro bus or train during a major earthquake. 

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October 10, 2017
Metro’s New Etiquette Campaign Frowns on Rude Behavior

 Metro’s New Etiquette Campaign Frowns on Rude BehaviorThe Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) today launched a new imaginative online and print etiquette campaign to raise public awareness about proper behavior while riding Metro buses and trains. 

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