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The 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.
Orange County commuters are taking their first steps toward public transportation with a new hub in Anaheim that combines rail, bus, shuttles and taxis.
Public transportation commuters will have to dig a little deeper, as higher fares on Metro buses and trains go into effect Monday.
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All Metro rail lines and the Orange Line busway in the San Fernando Valley will begin late night service until 2 a.m. on weekends starting Friday night, the agency’s next step toward round-the-clock public transportation.
The vote comes despite fears that Metro’s intended tunnel would be dangerous for students and interfere with plans to renovate the BHHS campus.
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa is urging Angelenos to get out of their cars and use 10 miles of city streets as a park to ride, jog or walk for the upcoming CicLAvia event.
As gas prices rose quickly this year, Angelenos took to public transportation in higher numbers, according to ridership data released Friday by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
If you listen to John Ireland’s talk show or search ‘Lakers trade rumors’, no doubt you have seen Pau Gasol’s name being mentioned in nearly every trade involving the Lakers.
A shared vehicle program, already successful on the east coast, is set to launch in West Hollywood, it was announced Wednesday.
President Barack Obama’s proposed 2012-13 budget unveiled Monday includes more than $80 million for two high-profile Los Angeles transit projects — a subway extension to Westwood and an underground light