Los Angeles Is First In US To Install Subway Body ScannersLos Angeles' subway will become the first mass transit system in the U.S. to install body scanners that screen passengers for weapons and explosives, officials said Tuesday.
Businesses Concerned About Proposed Light Rail FacilityMost people would be happy to hear about a Metro light rail line coming to their community. But not everyone in a San Fernando Valley city is smiling about it. Lisa Sigell reports.
LA Metro's Wonderland Of Lost And FoundLA Metro's massive lost and found service may help reunite you with your old stuff. Lisa Sigell reports.
Governor, Local Officials Celebrate Planned Green Line Extension To TorranceGov. Jerry Brown joined local elected officials Wednesday to ceremonially mark the start of construction on a 4.6-mile extension of the Metro Green Line from Redondo Beach to Torrance.
LA Metro Awarded $703.6M For Transportation ProjectsThe California Transportation Commission today approved $703.6 million in SB-1 funding for LA Metro transportation projects in LA County.
LA Metro Unveils Purple Line Extension Boring MachinesTwo tunnel-digging machines that will bore through the ground to create a path for the Metro Purple Line subway under Wilshire Boulevard were unveiled today.
LA Metro To Offer Free Rides For Earth DayLA Metro will be offering free rides tomorrow in commemoration of Earth Day and to encourage environmentally friendly transportation options.
LA County Supervisor Wants To 'Decriminalize' Express LanesL.A. County Supervisor and MTA Board Member Janice Hahn has introduced a motion that would decriminalize Express Lanes.
LA Metro Breaks Ground On Section 2 Of Purple Line ExtensionLos Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and other officials broke ground today on a 2.6-mile second section of the Metro Purple Line Extension Project, which will bring subway service to downtown Beverly Hills and Century City.
LA Metro Red Line Celebrates 25 Years Of ServiceThe Los Angeles Metro Red Line celebrated 25 years of service on Monday.
Woman Pulled Off Metro Train Says Sergeant 'Manhandled' Her; Attorney Calls Infraction 'Bogus'An 18-year-old woman who says she was "manhandled" by an LAPD sergeant after being asked to take her feet down on a Metro train has filed a lawsuit, her attorney announced Monday.
'I Am Proud Of What I Did': Woman Taken Into Custody For Metro Incident Speaks OutThe incident, which was recorded on camera, shows Lechuga yelling expletives at the officers as well as spitting at one of the officers while being taken into custody.