January 13, 2012
According to Controller Wendy Greuel’s analysis of a 2002 contract Los Angeles held with CBS Decaux, the city moved slowly on permitting street furniture, which decreased the ad revenue the city could earn.
October 26, 2011
Company provides sales and service for new and used buses, financing of all buses through a large nationwide network, and offers parts and services, including emissions testing and diesel engine retrofits and warranty repairs.
August 12, 2011
The city did not renew its contract with Norman Bench Advertising, which recently came under fire from officials for not disclosing how many benches it has and how much money it gets from displaying ads on them.
August 8, 2011
The Bruin Commuter Club, designed for students, staff and faculty who carpool, vanpool, use public transportation, bike and walk to campus, provides members with access to discounted parking and an emergency ride service.
March 7, 2011
A Los Angeles-based dancer and frequent Metro rider turned his observations of a social choreography present in transit passengers into a 40-minute dance show.
February 10, 2011
A plan for the four-mile circular system, backed by the Chamber of Commerce and downtown City Council Members Jose Huizar and Jan Perry, would tax local property owners to pay for about half of the cost.
April 23, 2009
Other opening day topics included TOD, attractive stop and station design, and art along rail lines to attract riders.
January 29, 2009
Trip was part of a clearance test in which the train car was towed, rather than self-powered, at approximately 5 mph so that it could easily stop on short notice.
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