Coronavirus: LA Metro To Require Face Coverings On All Buses, TrainsThe new order follows a revision of Metro’s earlier policy from April 6 that strongly recommended that riders wear face coverings, but did not require them.
LA Metro Contractors Working On Construction Projects Test Positive For COVID-19The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Authority reported Tuesday that two of its contractors working on construction projects have tested positive for COVID-19.
LA Metro To Offer Free Fare On California Primary Election DayLos Angeles voters heading to the polls on Tuesday can get free rides on public transportation.
Police Release New Images Of Man Who Raped, Beat Woman At East Hollywood Metro StationAuthorities released a photo Thursday of a transient they said punched, choked and raped a woman at a Metro station in East Hollywood.
LA Metro Considering Taxing Uber, LyftThe Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority is considering taxing ride share companies like Uber and Lyft in hopes of seeing less on the road and more people taking trains and buses.
Free Rides On New Year's Eve From LA Metro, Long Beach TransitLocal transit agencies are offering free bus and train rides this New Year's Eve so revelers can avoid driving drunk or paying "surge" pricing for ride-share services.
Gondola To Dodger Stadium Moves Closer To DevelopmentA gondola between Union Station and Dodger Stadium moved closer to reality Thursday, as Metro signed a letter of intent to formally begin negotiations with the firm that wants to develop it.
LA Metro Purple Line Extension Nabs $100M In Fed FundsAn extension of Los Angeles' Purple Line subway will receive $100 million and the San Diego Mid-Coast Light Rail project will receive about $80 million in fiscal year 2018 funds.
Metro Purple Line Extension Moves Forward With FTA DecisionMetro announced that a decision by the Federal Transit Administration will save the third Purple Line Extension tens of millions of dollars.
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.