The Pacific Electric Railway’s Long Beach line, which stretched directly from Downtown Los Angeles to Downtown Long Beach, was nearly ten minutes faster than the current line.
Metro Los Angeles has announced its key light rail line, the A Line (formerl the Blue Line) will officially reopen Nov. 2.
If someone—most likely an urban or transit nerd like myself—were to attempt to the records database of Metro Los Angeles this morning, they would be denied.
Metro Los Angeles is moving forward with releasing its onslaught of TAP “wearables” that include various wristbands and keychains, allowing transiters to avoid having to pull out their wallets and use a TAP card.
Metro Los Angeles’ proposed budget for this upcoming fiscal year includes a swath of service cuts that could affect riders on the Blue, Expo, and Gold lines.
Metro Los Angeles’ Board of Directors took a major step forward in re-analyzing how we create and control traffic flow after it decided to approve a massive study examining congestion pricing and taxing ride-hail trips, such as Lyft and Uber.
Metro is working on integrating TAP accounts with singular “TAP Wallets.”