Had Measure J passed, the city would have extended a half-cent tax for transportation.
On Saturday, Metro, in coordination with Caltrans and other mobility partners, began a one-year demonstration to develop solutions for improving traffic flow on the I-10 and I-110 freeways. The prominent component of this demonstration involved converting stretches of carpool lanes on both freeways to express lanes, which are accessible to single drivers for a fee, […]
Expo Line stations plan to discontinue the use of paper tickets today.
LA Metro plans to install barriers and increase the number of crossing guards to keep fans safe.
Eighty percent of Southern California voters favor expanding public transportation, a study said.
From a popular picnic hot spot for upper-crusters, to a gang-infiltrated slum, to a revitalized music festival venue, MacArthur Park, straddling Wilshire Boulevard in Westlake, has experienced many transformations throughout the years. The park’s image has suffered from a bad reputation over the decades but has since sobered up. Take a walk by the lake […]
Although L.A. transit can be daunting for students, public transportation is a cheap way to get around.
The Metro Exposition line will start at 7th and Figueroa Streets and will end in Culver City.
USG and GPSS met with officials from Metro, USC Transportation and UCLA.
Grab some dollar bills and your walking shoes and roam Los Angeles the ‘green’ way.