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November 11, 2013

Transportation infrastructure: Making a federal case for local power

From the Crenshaw/LAX Transit Corridor project to the Regional Connector Transit Corridor to a 10-mile P3 tunnel through the Sepulveda Pass, the force behind these projects is local.


May 28, 2013

L.A. Metro adopts FY 14 budget

The spending plan keeps fares at current levels, however, Metro CEO Art Leahy has urged the board of directors to begin discussing fare restructuring for future years.


March 1, 2013

L.A. Metro extends CEO Leahy's contract

The two-year contract extension is added to a previous four-year contract entered into in April 2009 between Metro and Leahy.


March 21, 2011

As L.A. rail expands, bus service to shrink

The latest overhaul will slash overall bus service by 12 percent and increase the number of passengers on individual buses. Nine routes are set to be eliminated in June and 11 more would be cut back.


March 15, 2011

L.A. Metro building earns prestigious EPA rating

Earned the designation as part of a larger effort to attain a LEED certification for Gateway Headquarters under the U.S. Green Building Council's Existing Building Operations and Maintenance category.


July 10, 2009

L.A. Metro now on Google Maps

Metro is the latest major transit agency to enter the Google Transit Partner Program. Google will have access to transit route and schedule data for the nearly 200 bus lines and five rail lines Metro operates within Los Angeles County.


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