Metro passengers will eventually use the connector to take a single trip to reach far-flung suburbs from Azusa to Long Beach, according to officials.
Metro officials were scheduled Thursday to vote on a proposal for a light rail system that would connect the San Fernando and San Gabriel Valleys.
Federal transit officials Thursday will announce a $670 million construction grant to build a light rail transit line that will connect three other rail lines in the heart of downtown Los Angeles.
An environmental advocacy group threatened to file a lawsuit Thursday following a City Council vote to approve a new rail yard for the Port of Los Angeles.
A vote by port officials Thursday could clear the way for a $500 million railway project at the Port of Los Angeles.
The popular saying that “everywhere in L.A. takes 20 minutes” could take on a whole new meaning if one City Council member has his way.
A Southern California Congresswoman on Thursday defended plans for a high-speed rail project despite spiraling costs and concerns over its long-term viability.
A proposed light rail extension spanning from LAX to downtown Los Angeles may have new life after transit officials were ordered to explore funding possibilities.
Would you endure multiple transfers on several bus and light rail lines in order to avoid the Sepulveda Pass?
Serious concerns are being raised about safety at a number of crossings along the the Metro Expo Line in downtown Los Angeles.
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.
Officials with the state board overseeing the project said they have managed to trim $30 billion off of the estimated $98 billion price tag.
A proposed multi-billion-dollar rail project was the target of skepticism from yet another group on Thursday.
An Orange County lawmaker is proposing legislation that would end California’s multi-billion dollar dream of high-speed railway.
Metro rail will be expanding its night service on certain commuter lines in an effort to bring more riders to downtown Los Angeles.