Starting Monday, the Metro Expo Line will run every six minutes for most of the day, according to Metro blog, The Source. The more frequent service is expected to reduce crowding and wait time for riders. From Monday through Friday, trains will run every 10 to 12 minutes before 6 a.m., after which they will […]
A pedestrian was fatally injured by an Expo Line train Monday morning, according to the Los Angeles Fire Department. The accident caused major Metro delays in Exposition Park. According to Erik Scott, a spokesperson for the Los Angeles Fire Department, the accident was reported at 11:01 a.m. on 2031 West Exposition Blvd. in the South […]
An Expo Line metro train and a car crashed two blocks west of campus, injuring at least six.
LA Metro says that ridership increases by about 8,000 riders for USC football gamedays.
Just a short trip away on the Expo Line, the Heritage Square Museum preserves a slice of Los Angeles’ Victorian Era.
Expo Line stations plan to discontinue the use of paper tickets today.
Transportation In her Aug. 22 Daily Trojan article on transportation options, Carrie Ruth Moore includes a few incorrect or incomplete points that I would like to correct. The primary point I wanted to correct was regarding the LA Live Shuttle. This shuttle service was operated by USC Transportation but completely funded by Anschutz Entertainment Group, […]
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Beginning Wednesday at noon, the Expo line will include the Culver City station.
The much-anticipated Expo Line is slated to open Phase 1 of the project April 28, 2012, connecting Downtown Los Angeles and the university to La Cienega Boulevard. Beginning June 2012, the route will extend to the Culver City end stop. Photos by Otto Hsiao | Daily Trojan