Long waits will only get shorter when the airport truly prioritizes shared transportation options.
New name, (slightly) faster train.
Hear from Curbed urbanism editor Alissa Walker, Mayor Eric Garcetti, and more during the third annual urbanism conference.
Metro plans to pick one developer by early next year.
Angelenos will be free to experience the historic roadway without cars.
"It gets so crowded sometimes people can’t move," one rider says.
In the city of Los Angeles, less than 1 percent of drivers who flee a crash scene where someone was injured are eventually convicted of a felony.
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The line would connect North Hollywood and Chatsworth.
Streets will be closed to cars for 6.5 miles, from East Hollywood to West Hollywood.
More than 150,000 people in LA County spend three hours traveling to-and-from work.
The agency’s bikes can now be found throughout the North Hollywood area.
DASH buses will now come every 15 minutes seven days a week.
A citizens’ oversight committee is questioning the use of that money.
Rail to San Bernardino County is already in the works.
They’re looking to reverse years of ridership decline.
The project’s cost could be worth it: Metro says it would get riders from the Valley to LAX in under 40 minutes.
Multiple developers have proposed building gondolas to the Hollywood Sign.
Pay for trains and buses with a swipe of the phone.
The advertisement emphasizes the strength of LA’s bus system at a time when the city’s once-bustling streetcar lines were being slowly taken out of service.
Bicyclists heading to the Mid-City CicLAvia got to test out the new barriers.
Pilot projects will boost transit service to Chantry Flat, Hansen Dam, and Kenneth Hahn Park.
It’s a bittersweet tale of what might have been.
It’s been a year of ups and downs for Metro’s bus projects.
The 7th Street/Metro Center and Pico stations shut down Saturday.
The Downtown LA pilot project is moving 60 buses every hour.
It’s one of 28 projects Metro aims to complete in time for the Olympics.