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[Video] L.A. Expo Line Opening Day

Rail| May 24, 2016

From the skyline of downtown to the shoreline of Santa Monica, the new rail line extension will benefit the community and boost the local economy. Los Angeles Metro now has over 100 miles of rail and will continue to transform L.A. by building a more complete rail system. Published on May 20, 2016

L.A. Metro celebrates launch of Expo Line to Santa Monica

Rail| May 23, 2016

The 6.6-mile Expo extension runs from Culver City to Santa Monica and includes seven stations. Ridership on the new portion is projected to total 18,000 to 20,000 weekday boardings after the first year of service. The travel time from downtown L.A. to the Downtown Santa Monica Station is 48 minutes.

Mobility| May 19, 2016

Uber program encourages Bay Area apartment tenants to explore transportation options

Residents of the Parkmerced apartment complex who don't have cars will receive a monthly $100 stipend as a way to encourage “car-free living.” At least $30 a month must be used on Uber, with remaining going on a Clipper Card.

Bus| March 11, 2016

Calif. agency adds 5 MCI Commuter Coaches

In the last few weeks Santa Clarita Transit staff has been testing all components of the new buses, which are fueld by CNG, and one-by-one placing them into service.

Motorcoach| January 19, 2016

Magic Bus focuses on city-to-city commuter service in Bay Area

Riders can schedule a ride and hook up with other commuters going a similar route for one continuous ride to work in less time than it would take to go through the various Bay Area public transportation options.

Accessibility| January 15, 2016

San Diego MTS stepping up wheelchair, priority seating enforcement

With the Board’s action to amend MTS Ordinance No. 13, refusal by a rider to vacate priority seating and wheelchair areas for persons with disabilities and the elderly upon request may result in a citation and fines up to $100.

Security and Safety | January 8, 2016

Calif. agency halts bus service after bomb threat

Police and SLO Transit staff halted all bus service throughout the day as they examined each bus for possible explosive devices or other threats. No one was hurt in the incident and the suspect was later taken into custody.

Management & Operations| October 5, 2015

University Branding Agreements Boost Funding for Transit Agencies in San Diego, Denver

For transit agencies in San Diego and Denver seeking additional funding, recently completed naming rights agreements with local universities promise a consistent source of income.

Sustainability| October 1, 2015

Calif. agency to seek grants to purchase electric buses

In addition to approving the purchase of 30 buses, Santa Cruz Metro also honored a bus driver who saved a lost toddler.

Rail| August 25, 2015

San Diego MTS offers free video-on-demand service on trolleys

First U.S. public transportation system offering mobile-based multi-channel VOD

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