Best Food & Drink Options Near The Metro Expo Line StationsIt's official! The much anticipated expansion of the Expo metro line that will now connect DTLA with Santa Monica is open. Here are the best spots to eat around the stations!
LA Metro Cracks Down On Seat Hogging On Buses And TrainsOffenders could be fined up to $75 and be banned from buses and trains for a month.
LA County's Transportation Agency Gets New CEOThe board of the L.A. County Metropolitan Transportation Authority appointed Phillip Washington as CEO of the agency known as LA Metro.
LA Subway Riders Can Now Access Wi-Fi, Cell Phone ServiceThe Los Angeles subway system will soon get Wi-Fi and cellular phone service, enabling passengers to make and receive calls and surf the Internet while underground.
LA Metro Officials Aware Of Possible Subway ThreatSecurity officials with the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority are aware of a possible terror threat to U.S. public transit, but have received no threat specific to their extensive network of light rail and subway lines.
Ex-Attorney Gets 10 Years For Bilking LA Metro A disbarred attorney has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for stealing more than $3 million from his clients, including the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
Disbarred Attorney Admits To Stealing $3M From Clients, MTAA disbarred attorney has pleaded no contest to stealing more than $3 million from his clients, including the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
Metro Warns Of Months Of Westside Travel DelaysThe Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority warned Friday that drivers should expect delays around Sepulveda Boulevard in Westwood starting Monday and continuing for three months while crews do utility work under the road.
LA Metro Gets $25 Million In Grants For Natural Gas BusesCalifornia transit agencies were among the top beneficiaries of a new round of federal grants totaling $928.5 million, officials announced Monday.
LA Transit Agency Retires Its Last Diesel BusesThe Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority has retired the last of its diesel buses to become the first major transit agency in the nation to only operate buses that run on alternative fuel.

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