Metro Hosting Vote-By-Mail Drop Boxes At 10 Transit Sites Through Sept. 14Metro announced Tuesday it is providing vote-by-mail drop boxes at 10 transit locations for California's gubernatorial recall election.
Service Disruption Begins Friday On Metro C Line TrainsMetro transit will temporarily suspend rail service on the C (Green) Line between the Lakewood and Vermont/Athens stations beginning Friday to upgrade signal systems.
Crews Break Ground On $900M Project To Connect LAX To Metro Light RailIt will connect Metro light rail to LAX’s Automated People Mover.
LA Metro Approves Fareless Rides For Students, Low Income RidersThe Metro Board of Directors approved a pilot program that will make Metro buses and trains free for students starting in August, and for all low-income riders starting in January.
Vaccine Sites To Open At 3 Metro Transit Stations Next WeekThree new COVID-19 vaccination sites are scheduled to open next week at Metro transit stations located in areas hard hit by the virus.
LA Metro Considers Getting Rid Of Fares For Low-Income Riders Beginning In 2022Metro is considering a pilot program which would eliminate fares for low-income riders beginning next January.
Metro Launches TAP App For Android PhonesThe TAP app provides a safe and contactless way to pay transit fares on Metro and 25 additional TAP transit agencies in L.A. County.
Portion Of Century Boulevard Near LAX To Close Overnight WednesdayA portion of westbound Century Boulevard near Los Angeles International Airport will be closed overnight while crews install a traffic signal mast arm.
LA Woman Pleads Not Guilty To Murdering Metro Employee With KnifeA woman pleaded not guilty Thursday to murdering an off-duty Metro employee at a downtown Los Angeles rail station last year. 
Metro Encourages Riders To Look Out For Human Trafficking VictimsJanuary is Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month and the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority wants to educate riders by encouraging them to look out for potential victims on public transit. 
Metro Service Impacted As Increase In COVID-19 Cases Creates Staff ShortagesThe number of Metro staff and contractors to test positive for COVID-19 doubled in the past month, causing worker shortages for bus and rail services, Metro announced Tuesday.