Metro Braces For Hundreds Of Thousands Of Riders For LA Women’s MarchDuring last year’s march, Metro saw a surge in ridership, with approximately 592,000 passengers using its trains that day.
Bomb Detection Devices Tested In Downtown LA Subway StationA pair of bomb and explosives detection devices were tested in a busy downtown Los Angeles Metro station this week.
Subway Paleontology: LA Construction Unearths Fossil TroveSince work on the LA Metro Purple Line extension began in 2014, fossilized remains have routinely turned up from creatures that roamed the grasslands and forests that covered the region during the last Ice Age, about 10,000 years ago.
Work Begins on $1.5B Metro Gold Line Extension To MontclairThe 12.3-mile extension, which will take nine years to complete, will run from Glendora to Montclair.
LA Metro Lists 28 Major Transportation Projects In Time For '28 OlympicsMetro announced Thursday it is working on a "Twenty-Eight by '28" initiative that would aim to complete 28 key road, transit and bicycle/pedestrian projects in time for the 2028 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles.
Metro Urges Manners With JPop-Inspired VideosWith a series of colorful, Japanese pop-inspired music videos, Metro is urging its riders to mind their manners and refrain from eating on its trains.
Woman Struck, Killed By Metro Train In Jefferson ParkService was shut down for hours between Western and Crenshaw stations.
Man Hit, Killed By Long Beach Train During Police ChaseFirefighters extricated him using airbags, but he later died at the hospital.
Metro Bus Crash Injures Passengers, Breaks Bus Driver's LegEight people were injured when an SUV slammed into a Metro bus in downtown Los Angeles early Wednesday morning.
Metro Bike Share Comes To Venice In SeptemberThe popular beachfront community will have 15 stations with 165 bikes.
Metro Crackdown On Gum Chewing, 'Manspreading' Threatens Riders With Fines Metro riders beware: your bad manners could cost you big bucks.
LA Metro Tests New Weapons, Explosives Screening SystemThe system can scan 600 people per hour, Metro says.

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