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My colleague Anna enjoys a nonsensical cell phone conversation deep beneath Union Station. Photo: Steve Hymon/Metro.
The three quick takeaways:
•Cell Service for Verizon customers is now available ...
The new parking garage at the Expo/Sepulveda Station. Photo: Metro.
As many of you know, the Metro Board of Directors approved a Parking Management Pilot Program in March. The first phase of the ...
An eastbound train departing 26th/Bergamot Station.
It’s been more than 60 years since passenger rail last entered Santa Monica, and now we’re seeing test trains roll through each and ...
Art of Transit 1:
For those who need a lift to their next poisoning, disemboweling or long, serious walk/conversation in a darkened corridor.
Meh. I’m more of a “Silicon Valley” ...
Please take the new parking survey, which was posted a few days ago. With the paid parking pilot program recently approved for nine Metro Rail stations — including the three Expo extension ...
All this week, under the cover of darkness and the convenience of trafficless streets, large segments of the Regional Connector’s tunnel boring machine (TBM) have been delivered to a holding area ...
Go Metro, Go Green, Save the Planet: an Expo Line test train in the Northvale Trench in Cheviot Hills. Photo by Steve Hymon/Metro.
Sure, that headline is a self-serving message. But hey, I work in PR ...
Time flies when you’re building a new light rail. Between January and March, the Regional Connector project interrupted Gold Line service at the Little Tokyo/Arts District Station to build a ...
Streaming coverage and music today from Prince on The Current in Minneapolis, one of the nation’s great radio stations. And here’s a NYT profile of Prince from 1996.
Can we all agree ...
One in a series of posts that will look at projects and programs that would receive funding from the potential sales tax ballot measure that Metro is considering.
What is it? A project to build a ...