In light of President Obama’s scheduled visit to Los Angeles on Wednesday, a traffic advisory has been issued in an effort to limit congestion on the road.
Bob Hope Airport Friday unveiled a Regional Intermodal Transportation Center to provide San Fernando Valley residents with access to services from Metrolink, MTA and Burbank Transit.
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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.
A disbarred attorney has pleaded no contest to stealing more than $3 million from his clients, including the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
How can a light rail project morph into a job creator, a trainer of skilled labor for the next 30 years, while possibly establishing economic hubs all along its proposed route?
More Southland drivers are using the Harbor (110) Freeway now that express lanes have been put into use, transit officials said Wednesday.
There will be a new way to take a train to the plane.
The Metropolitan Transit Agency is offering a $25,000 reward for information leading to a suspect who assaulted a bus driver in the San Fernando Valley.
When it comes to relieving traffic along one of the nation’s busiest stretches of freeway, the Metropolitan Transit Authority appears ready to consider all possibilities.
Officials said that an 89-year-old man beaten on an MTA bus three weeks ago died yesterday.
When completed, the 405 expansion project will create the nation’s longest High Occupancy Vehicle Lane – or carpool lane – running a continuous 48 miles. It is also likely to come in over its $1.1 billion budget.
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.
The city’s newest light rail line faced increased scrutiny on Monday after officials discovered a critical design flaw that could raise the risk of train derailments.