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Metro To Test Expo Line In Downtown Santa Monica

The train will be tested for the future extension of the Metro Expo Line.


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Metro Officials To Start Testing Expo Line Trains

Testing will begin next week on the Metro Expo Line extension from Culver City to Santa Monica.


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Metro Expo Line Service Resumes After Saturday Crash

A damaged Metro train was removed from tracks near USC overnight, restoring full Expo Line service a day after a crash that caused a partial derailment.



‘Century Crunch’ Work Slightly Ahead Of Schedule

As of early Saturday evening work to demolish an old rail overpass at the intersection of Century and Aviation boulevards was slightly ahead of schedule.

CBS2 / KCAL9–07/26/2014

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LA’s New Transit System Provides Jobs, Stimulates Economy

As Los Angeles’ commuter rail service and new subway system continue to expand, job opportunities are projected to skyrocket.


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1 Fatally Stabbed, 1 Injured Near Expo Line’s Western Avenue Station

The stabbings took place around 5 a.m., officials said.


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Road Closures Scheduled In Downtown Santa Monica For Expo Light Rail Construction

There will be road closures in downtown Santa Monica as part of phase 2 of the Expo Line, extending light rail service from Culver City to the coast.


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Blue Line Metro Service Halted Indefinitely Following Power Outage

Metro officials say service on the Blue Line is halted indefinitely following a power outage Sunday.


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Driver Speeds Off After Crashing Into Expo Line Train, Injuring Six

The driver of a car sped away after reportedly smashing into an Expo Line train in South Los Angeles on Monday, leaving six passengers on the train injured.


A construction worker moves a piece of concrete with a crane as work continues on the first phase of the Exposition Light Rail Transit Line (Expo Line) that will connect downtown Los Angeles and Culver City on July 27, 2010 in Los Angeles, California. The light rail Expo Line will travel along the Exposition railroad right-of-way and run approximately 8.6 miles in length in an attempt to relieve the heavily congested Interstate 10 freeway. The state of California has been given over 3.7 billion in stimulus to address transportation and infrastructure problems. It's estimated that approximately $100 billion is needed to address current bridge deficiencies in the U.S. and of the $48 billion in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 funding designated to the DOT, $27.6 billion, or 57 percent, has gone so far for highway and bridge infrastructure projects. (credit: Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

State Supreme Court Rejects Halt On Expo Line Rail From Culver City To Santa Monica

A bid by Westside homeowners’ groups to halt construction of the second phase of the Expo Line light rail from Culver City to Santa Monica has been rejected by the state Supreme Court, who ruled that the environmental impact report on the project was sufficient.


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Man Dies After Falling Onto Tracks Of Culver City Metro Station

A man has died after falling onto the tracks of a Culver City Metro station.


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LA Transit Official Has Concerns About Derailment

The head of the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority has asked the agency’s inspector general to investigate an alignment problem on the new Expo Line that experts believe could pose a risk of derailment if left uncorrected.


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Metro’s Expo Line Begins Service To Culver City, Farmdale

Metro’s new Expo Line will officially begin service to the Westside Wednesday.

CBS2 / KCAL9–06/20/2012


Elated Commuters Say Metro’s New Expo Line Will Save Them Time, Money

Metro’s new Expo Line began service over the weekend, but many commuters will be taking their first ride Monday morning.

CBS2 / KCAL9–04/30/2012


Launch Of Expo Line Returns Long-Gone Rail To West LA

L.A.’s new Expo Line is now carrying passengers, and trains are running from downtown to the west side for the first time since the Eisenhower administration.