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iTunes PreviewMetro’s video catalog showcases fun places to visit throughout Los Angeles County via public transportation, avoiding the hassle of traffic, parking and high gas prices.

The videos spotlight numerous venues such as Universal City, Hollywood, Pasadena, the J. Paul Getty Museum, Long Beach, Santa Monica, downtown Los Angeles, Latino LA, Koreatown, the newly refurbished Griffith Observatory, Farmers Market, Fashion District, Aquarium of the Pacific, Staples Center, Asian LA and more.

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How We Roll, July 29: rise of the machines?
Posted by Steve Hymon on July 29, 2016 10:24 am
Art of Transit:    Metro will introduce four rail cars each month to ease crowding on Expo Line (KPCC) Metro CEO Phil Washington appeared on Airtalk with Larry Mantle on Thursday; click on the ...
18 fun-filled places to Go Metro with your kids
Posted by Anna Chen on July 26, 2016 4:12 pm
Where to eat, shop, play if you’re toting along some young’uns. 1. KidsLand — shop for or with kids. And maybe pick up something for yourself too. (Use Purple Line ...
How We Roll, July 22: the long road on transit, Azusa to SaMo
Posted by Steve Hymon on July 22, 2016 1:58 pm
Eight dead in shooting rampage in Munich, police say (NYT) The hunt for the suspect or suspects in a shooting at a mall has shut down much of Germany’s third-largest city, including public ...
Fare gates to be installed at three Expo Line stations
Posted by Jose Ubaldo on July 20, 2016 3:42 pm
Work to install fare gates at three Expo Line stations begins on Monday, August 1. The stations are Expo/La Brea, La Cienega/Jefferson and Culver City. Rail service will not ...
Safety, security and you
Posted by Anna Chen on July 19, 2016 4:03 pm
The intercoms on the Red/Purple Line subway are usually located next to ADA seating area by the doors. Each Metro Rail platform also has emergency intercoms, indicated by red signs. As a member of ...
Go Metro to public art biennial CURRENT: LA Water
Posted by Anna Chen on July 18, 2016 4:10 pm
Photo by Steve Hymon. The first citywide public art biennial, CURRENT:LA Water, began this past Saturday, July 16 and will feature temporary public art projects and programs at numerous outdoor ...
How We Roll, July 18: hey let’s stereotype Los Angeles!
Posted by Steve Hymon on July 18, 2016 12:08 pm
From the Department of New Museums: As LAObserved notes, the Sports Museum of Los Angeles is now open and is located on Main Street just south of Washington Boulevard in DTLA. With parking limited, ...

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