‘Line A’? That… That seems counterintuitive to local speak—and it turns out, Metro Los Angeles agrees as it goes with ‘the A Line’ on new signage.
Metro Los Angeles has announced that full functioning of the key light rail line will begin in late October after its extensive rehab.
The Long Beach stretch of the Blue Line hits signal after signal, adding on minute after minute for thousands of daily commuters.
Metro has announced that it will soon complete construction improvements along the southern portion of the Blue Line—which has been closed since January 26—and begin work on its northern portion come Saturday, June 1.
Multiple intersections and lanes that run along the Blue Line’s right-of-way are closed as construction continues during the line’s closure.
Multiple intersections and lanes that run along Metro Los Angeles Blue Line’s right-of-way are closed as construction begins on the line’s 8-month closure.
Metro has announced that the first portion of its eight-month long closure of the Blue Line will begin on Jan. 26 of 2019.
As Metro’s Blue Line continues through its six-year-long, $1.2 billion rehab, the transit authority announced its express bus schedule in contingency with an eight-month long closure will take place next year.
Beautiful in design, centrally located near transit, and catering to veterans and senior citizens, the $80.4M Beacon project is finally taking shape in DTLB.