The North Hollywood Metro station was closed Tuesday as police investigated an alleged threat.
Three separate construction projects on the Golden State (5) Freeway are expected to cause delays starting Monday night.
A Metro spokesperson said the Gold Line was suspended between the East L.A. Civic Center and Atlantic stations following the incident Thursday evening.
In response to the several stabbings on board Metro buses in the LA area, security cameras are being installed on board as part of increased security efforts for passenger safety, officials said.
A contractor is suing the Metropolitan Transportation Authority over delays and cost overruns connected to the massive Interstate 405 widening project in Los Angeles.
As Southland fans headed to watch the World Cup match Sunday between Mexico and the Netherlands, police increased patrols in Huntington Park and Walnut Park to try and avoid the same melee that erupted following Monday’s game.
Mayor Eric Garcetti Friday announced a new light rail station at Los Angeles International Airport that will eventually take travelers directly into the airport.
Authorities Friday arrested a man in connection to several stabbings on Metro buses across the LA area.
Commuters traveling to and from LAX next month could face traffic congestion due to the planned 57-hour demolition of a defunct railroad bridge on Century Boulevard.
The victim was just running errands at the time he was accosted and apparently attacked with no provocation.
A female bus driver was assaulted early Wednesday morning while on the job.
Detectives from the sheriff’s Special Victims Bureau are seeking the public’s help in identifying a man who sexually assaulted a woman on May 17 on a Metro Purple Line train.
Metro Friday opened the last portion of a 10-mile stretch of the northbound 405 carpool lane through the Sepulveda Pass, just in time for Memorial Day weekend.
The Metropolitan Transporation Authority board voted Thursday to increase bus and rail fares by 25 cents, to begin in September, but agreed to temporarily hold off on additional increases that had been proposed for 2017 and 2020.
Federal transportation officials are promising another big dose of cash to help expand Los Angeles’ growing public transit network — this time, $2.1 billion in grants and loans to extend a subway line into Beverly Hills.