Metrolink has quietly rolled out a train equipped with “positive train control,” which lets dispatchers halt engines remotely if they speed or blow through stop signals.
For many Angelenos, the opening of the first phase of the Exposition Line has been a long time coming.
The next time you see a commuter train rumbling through the Southland, it just might have a message for you.
Metro rail will be expanding its night service on certain commuter lines in an effort to bring more riders to downtown Los Angeles.
Some options being considered include extending the Green Line or rerouting the yet-to-be-built Crenshaw Line to the airport instead.
If the trial testing goes well, officials say pending any setbacks a target date has been set for Nov. 15 for most of the 8.6 mile alignment.