Metro officials say service on the Blue Line is halted indefinitely following a power outage Sunday.
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 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.
A man has died after falling onto the tracks of a Culver City Metro station.
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.
Metro’s new Expo Line will officially begin service to the Westside Wednesday.
Metro’s new Expo Line began service over the weekend, but many commuters will be taking their first ride Monday morning.
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.
Metro will dedicate the first phase of its $930 million Expo Line Friday, just one day before it opens to the public.
For many Angelenos, the opening of the first phase of the Exposition Line has been a long time coming.
The big question for everyone from Culver City to downtown LA is when will the Expo Line open?
Construction begins Monday on the next phase of the Expo Line project, which will extend light rail service from Culver City to Santa Monica.
The first phase of the line, which will run from downtown Los Angeles to Culver City, is expected to open later this year.
Metro has been given a green light to expand its green line rail service to new neighborhoods.
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.