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.