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Metro on the Web

Metro utilizes various forms of social media to connect and disperse information to our customers and constituents. You can find a list of our participation in social media below.

Metro on YouTube

YouTube is a video-sharing website on which users can upload, share, and view videos. Metro posts various videos ranging from safety, destinations, and news.

Twitter, Facebook and More

Metro on Instagram

Instagram is a fast and easy way to share photos with friends, family and other riders. Metro posts photos of local destinations & events, bus & rail operations, construction projects, and other transit news to offer an inside look into our agency.

Metro Los Angeles on Instagram instagram.com/metrolosangeles

Metro Blogs

Blogs are a type of website that are typically topic-driven and have new content or information on a regular basis. Metro has a number of blogs, have a look:

  • The Source
    Metro's transportation 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.
  • El Pasajero
    Metro's Spanish language blog. El Pasajero features a steady stream of breaking news, photos and videos about virtually every aspect of mobility Metro is involved with– buses, trains, highway improvements, bicycle and pedestrian programs, goods movement, vanpools, carpools, destinations and more.
  • Metro Developer / Transit Data
    A website for technical individuals and entities who are using transportation and multi-modal data in interesting ways. Get access to Metro's GTFS data, GIS data, Bikeways data, Trip Planner API, Realtime API.
  • Metro Transportation Library Transportation Headlines
    Our Transportation Headlines have kept readers informed since 2006. They are published Monday through Friday, except holidays. We collect, aggregate, publish and disseminate news stories that pertain to local transit and transportation as well as national issues in related areas.
  • Metro Transportation Library Primary Resources Blog
    Our Primary Resources Blog highlights unique and interesting items from our Library & Archive collection related to Los Angeles transit and transportation history, as well as recent acquisitions, reviews of recent transportation research, historic maps, and notable news from libraries, archives and museums.

Blogs are a type of website that are typically topic-driven and have new content or information on a regular basis. Metro has a number of blogs, have a look:

  • The Source
    Metro's transportation 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.
  • El Pasajero
    Metro's Spanish language blog. El Pasajero features a steady stream of breaking news, photos and videos about virtually every aspect of mobility Metro is involved with– buses, trains, highway improvements, bicycle and pedestrian programs, goods movement, vanpools, carpools, destinations and more.
  • Metro Developer / Transit Data
    A website for technical individuals and entities who are using transportation and multi-modal data in interesting ways. Get access to Metro's GTFS data, GIS data, Bikeways data, Trip Planner API, Realtime API.
  • Metro Transportation Library Transportation Headlines
    Our Transportation Headlines have kept readers informed since 2006. They are published Monday through Friday, except holidays. We collect, aggregate, publish and disseminate news stories that pertain to local transit and transportation as well as national issues in related areas.
  • Metro Transportation Library Primary Resources Blog
    Our Primary Resources Blog highlights unique and interesting items from our Library & Archive collection related to Los Angeles transit and transportation history, as well as recent acquisitions, reviews of recent transportation research, historic maps, and notable news from libraries, archives and museums.
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