The ongoing revitalization of downtown Los Angeles is piquing interest in things to do in a downtown once considered a no man’s land.
Gov. Jerry Brown visited Union Station Wednesday to sign into law a bill that will provide funding for the first phase of a high-speed rail project expected to connect the Southland with San Francisco.
America’s largest public celebration of the written word, the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, takes place on April 21 and 22. After 15 years at UCLA, The Festival of Books relocated to the University […]
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A Dodger Stadium Metro shuttle is back for the 2012 pre-game and regular season, thanks to a grant by the Mobile Source Air Pollution Reduction Review Committee.
An all-too-familiar sight at LAX and the rest of the nation’s airports will soon be coming to the city’s busiest train station.
Law enforcement authorities were evacuating people from Union Station on Tuesday evening after a suspicious package was found on a Red Line train.
Downtown Los Angeles is the meeting point for rail in the city: the nexus of Amtrak and Metrolink as well as the MTA’s light rail and subway.
Amtrak plans to offer half-price fares this weekend to passengers traveling between Union Station in downtown and Bob Hope Airport in Burbank, giving travelers another option during the upcoming closure of the San Diego (405) Freeway.
While country clubs and hotels in Los Angeles are popular prom destinations for high schools throughout Southern California, other Southland cities also get their share of bookings. Here are some of the more creative and glamorous spots.
Metrolink has launched 16 new train services to help commuters save both travel time and gas money.
Metrolink will begin an express service between downtown Los Angeles and the Antelope and Santa Clarita valleys in May, saving commuters as much as 32 minutes in travel time.
A pedestrian has been struck and killed by an Amtrak train leaving Union Station in downtown Los Angeles.
A 14-year-old boy diagnosed with autism who went missing Friday during a field trip to Union Station has been found safe and sound.
Metro says they are buying Union Station for $75 million and will turn the historical landmark into a modern transportation hub.