You do not have to dig too deep to find commuters in and around the San Fernando Valley who prefer tunneling over a system that runs on the surface.
The California High-Speed Rail Authority (Authority) Board of Directors today approved a multi-million dollar project management and funding agreement between Los Angeles Metropolitan Transit Authority (LA Metro) and the Authority to modernize the historic LA Union Station through the Link Union Station (Link US) project.
I keep telling my 11-year-old that the reason why is because Kobe Bryant is dead.
After a year’s absence, freight trains are back on the track in the Los Angeles County region.
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Lower income families in southeast Los Angeles County will one day be able to enjoy a light-rail line that will run from Artesia to downtown Los Angeles.
The state of California has a pot of money for infrastructure projects, and LA Metro has its hand in it.
Final environmental impact report for project to add Metrolink service to Antelope Valley Line now available
The final report on the environmental impact of the project to add Metrolink service to the Antelope Valley Line is now available. Below is the press release from LA Metro on the report.
The Eco-Rapid Transit Board of Directors unanimously approved Alternative 1 of the 19.4-mile light-rail line that will connect Artesia to downtown Los Angeles.
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) has begun construction on the $898.6 million Airport Metro Connector Project that will directly connect the county’s transit system to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), providing a reliable, fast and convenient connection for passengers and airport-area employees.
As RT&S reported in a story by Editor-in-Chief Bill Wilson on March 17, MBTA experienced a derailment of a new six-car train on the Orange Line in a work zone at Wellington Station on March 16. No one was hurt, but officials have been trying to determine what went wrong.
Seventeen “transformative” rail and public transportation projects in California received $500 million in capital grants from the California State Transportation Agency. The San Francisco Bay Area and southern California were the big
It ends at Whittier. After a 13-year battle between South El Monte and Whittier over where the Gold Line light rail from East Los Angeles should end, LA Metro staff announced on
Who wouldn’t want more gold? California state legislator Chris Holden’s gold, however, comes in the form of a light rail line.
Los Angeles is known for traffic congestion, not rail transit. That all will soon change when Los Angeles Metro finally rolls out a rail route through Sepulveda Pass.