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The Metro Speakers Bureau can provide free 30-minute presentations throughout Los Angeles County on topics related to mass transit and mobility:
- What new Metro projects are coming to my neighborhood?
- How is Measure R changing the face of Los Angeles?
- Why should students consider a career at Metro?
- What special program teaches seniors to ride Metro?
- How is Metro making it easier to ride bikes to rail and bus?
- Where is transit-related development changing L.A.?
- How can you join a car or vanpool, share the expenses and leave the driving to someone else?
- What is Metro doing to create a regional rail system?
- How is Metro using new media to communicate with our customers?
- In what ways can Metro sustainability efforts help Southern California?
Learn more about your Metro – one of the largest transit providers and transportation planning agencies in the country. And find out about the plan to create a 21st century mobility network.
Scheduling a Metro Speaks presentation
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, including your name and the name of your organization, your phone number, the preferred date and time for the presentation, the topic, the length and the number who will attend. Please contact us at least three weeks in advance of the speaking date. Requests from school classes are very welcome.
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ICYMI: the new pilot shuttle service connecting the Gold Line Arcadia Station and Chantry Flat began this past weekend! I was pretty excited about it because one of the main reasons I rarely go ...
Art of Transit:
Good ol’ Pigeon Point light house south of the Bay Area. They gotta lose that chainlink fence. And I gotta figure out how to lose the wide angle distortion. Photo by Steve ...
The Blue Line on Washington Boulevard. Photo by Steve Hymon/Metro.
Bus shuttles will replace the Blue Line between Washington and 7th St/Metro Center, and the Expo Line between LATTC/Ortho and 7th ...
I encourage everyone to poke around the great Transport Databook site by Yonah Freemark. There are all sorts of great charts that are useful, such as the one below — a nice reminder that ...
Dept. of Reaction: Lots of good comments on our Facebook page from riders on Metro’s service to the Rams squashing of the Seahawks on Sunday. Here’s our Source post on the 21K fans that ...
Rams are in first place!: I’ll be posting the ridership estimates for the Rams game on Sunday over at this post, where we have plenty of pics already. Looks like it was pretty busy day out ...
Post-game at Expo/Vermont Station. Photo: Metro.
Fans headed to the game Sunday morning. Photo by Gene Lui, via his Twitter feed.
We knew ridership to the Rams thumping of the Seahawks was big with ...
Art of Transit:
Work is underway on demolishing one residential building and two commercial properties to make way for two construction staging yards near the future Wilshire/La Cienega Station for ...
Credit: Metro Transportation Library & Archive.
Former Los Angeles County Supervisor and city of Los Angeles Councilman Ed Edelman passed away Monday at 85. Besides being an ...
So…the Rams didn’t exactly start the season looking great. But hey — those with long memories may recall the Raiders were shut out three weeks in a row in 1981 and still managed to ...