I’ve lived in Los Angeles for 5 years now, of this time I’ve spent 4 years living “car-light”—driving less
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In June, Metro construction workers started working on a canopy to protect the escalators that allow patrons to descend from
I started my morning reading today with disturbing news from my hometown of Memphis. An upwards of 25% of the
Metro Los Angeles is testing a train-like sliding doors retrofit on the Metro Orange Line as seen in a short
I’ve carefully examined the core issues with Metro Rail functioning on a maintenance schedule and determined that there is
The large format and Americans with Disabilities Act compliant arrival boards are back with a vengeance on the Metro Gold
We joyride the famous San Francisco cable car to the Powell St turnaround at Market Street. We wish LA’s rich
Nothing to see hear. We just noticed the rather low key LADOT Dash bus stop was looking rather photogenic with
This hat says it all.
We were haunting 7th St station in downtown LA as usually when we spotted a Nippon Sharyo P865 (old trains
LADOT’s Dash real time arrival information has become a lot more substantive in a recent update that includes automatic location
In another step forward, Metro has made available real time arrival information for Metro Rail routes throughout the county. This
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