Topic : LA Metro

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The car remains king in L.A. despite growing public transit options

Management & Operations| February 20, 2020

Survey finds a perceived lack of safety and convenience are dissuading people from using public transportation.

Law enforcement teams keep crime levels down on LA Metro system

Security and Safety | February 14, 2020

Since 2017, the agency uses Metro transit security, private security and in-house fare compliance officers to better protect the system.

Rail| February 12, 2020

U.S. DOT commits $1.3B for section 3 of LA Metro's rail extension

The Purple Line extension will garner about 49,300 daily weekday boardings at the seven new stations.

Bus| February 6, 2020

L.A. Metro to consider offering free rides to K-12 students

Officials will conduct research and submit a report by April 2020 on offering the service to young students for free.

Government Issues| February 5, 2020

L.A., London team up on transportation innovation

Cities will partner to encourage innovators and start-ups to find creative solutions to major transportation challenges.

Mobility| January 24, 2020

L.A. Metro extends rideshare pilot partnership with Via

Since launching January 2019, the service has provided more than 70,000 rides and exceeded its key goals.

Zero Emissions| January 24, 2020

BYD's 60-foot battery-electric artic passes Altoona Testing

Is first battery-electric transit bus of its size to complete the full 15,000-mile durability test in106 days.

Rail| January 22, 2020

Metrolink completes $32M train station modernization project

The theme of the Van Nuys Station honors the long-closed General Motors assembly plant, which from 1947 to 1992 produced cars.

Rail| January 14, 2020

L.A. Metro clears 5 teams to develop high-speed, high-capacity transit line

The Sepulveda Transit Corridor Project will directly connect the San Fernando Valley and the Westside, and ultimately LAX.

Mobility| January 8, 2020

Worcester Regional Transit lands grant for microtransit service

The project with Via will be the first public-private transit partnership in the Central Massachusetts region that will introduce on-demand transportation.

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