Metro announced Wednesday a new policy requiring commuters who board Metro trains to use TAP cards.
Residents and commuters on the Westside faced prolonged traffic delays Tuesday as new construction on the Expo light rail line got underway.
City and county officials spoke out on Monday against a group of homeowners who want to stop all construction on the Expo Line project.
The .5-miles light rail project will provide jobs to residents from Lamert Park, Hyde Park, Baldwin Hills, Inglewood, and Westchester.
For many Angelenos, the opening of the first phase of the Exposition Line has been a long time coming.
The MTA is getting a green light for a light rail line expansion along Crenshaw Boulevard. The Federal Transit Administration has given final approval for the $1.7 billion project.
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.
A man, who was stabbed after a fight broke out on a light rail train passing through Pasadena on Friday night, is listed in critical but stable condition.
A new study shows commuters on the Red Line subway may be exposed to up to twice as many hazardous air pollutants as commuters on the Gold Line light rail system.
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.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority got federal approval Wednesday to start doing engineering work for a Westside light-rail system and a $1.37 billion “regional connector.”
Transit officials will choose the routes for two major links in Los Angeles County’s rail system that would close a gap in downtown Los Angeles and push a route into the Westside.
Flush with over half a billion dollars in federal cash, city transportation officials say preliminary engineering for the light rail project is underway and should help cut the local jobless rate.
The federal government will loan Los Angeles $546 million to help build an 8 1/2-mile light rail line that would run from the Crenshaw district to a station near the airport.