Metro Bus Operator Dies From COVID-19 Complications 10 Days After Testing PositiveThe bus operator, assigned to Metro Division 13 in downtown Los Angeles, last worked in mid-May and tested positive for the virus on June 2.
Coronavirus: Masks Now Required For Metro Passengers And LAX TravelersMetro has implemented several changes, including requiring that passengers board from the rear door and installing plastic shields between drivers and riders.
Contractor For MTA Short On Hand Sanitizer Days After Driver Tests Positive For CoronavirusDrivers rely on sanitizer to keep themselves safe and the bus-riding public.
Crime Down 17 Percent On Metro Buses, Light Rail TrainsCrime overall has decreased 17 percent over five years on Metro’s buses and light rail trains, with serious crimes down nearly 23 percent, between 2015 and 2019.
Metro Introduces New Letter Names For Its LinesMetro’s light rail trains are transitioning from a color-identifying scheme to letter identifiers, and the new system is not quite intuitive.
Man Struck, Killed By Expo Line Train In South LAThe LAPD said the man had fallen backward onto the track and was struck by the train, which had been headed to downtown Los Angeles. The train did not stop because the conductor did not realize there had been a collision, police said.
Metro Driving Toward Sepulveda Pass Toll Lanes On 405 FreewayMetro is in the early stages of a plan to create 405 Freeway “fast lanes” that would give drivers willing to pay up a lane of their own.
Metro Takes Action After David Goldstein Investigation Of Stolen BikesAfter our investigation showed that out of the 3,000 Metro Bikes in operation, 1,000 of them were stolen, the Metro Board is taking action!
Snoop Dogg Helps Unveil Metro's New A-Line Rail ServiceThe new A-Line covers the route of the old Blue Line connecting downtown LA and Long Beach. The project took eight months and cost 350-million dollars.
Metro Blue Line To Fully Reopen Under New Name Next MonthThe Blue Line -- which starts in Long Beach and runs north through Compton and Watts, ending in downtown L.A. -- will fully reopen as the A-Line on Nov. 2.
Passengers Evacuated From Train In Subway Near Union Station After Reports Of Loud Bang, SmokeVideo showed passengers deboarding in the subway and using the emergency walkway to shuffle their way to Union Station.
Metro Gold Line Service Delays In Pasadena Due To Power Line IssueOnly one track was working on the Metro Gold Line rail service between the Del Mar and Sierra Madre Villa stations Saturday and Metro officials urged riders to allow extra time for their trips.
Metro Gold Line Service Suspended In Pasadena Due To Power IssueService was halted in both directions between Lake and Sierra Madre Villa stations.
Metro Light Rail Construction To Shut Down Crenshaw Boulevard In South LA For Several WeeksWhen complete, likely by the summer of 2020, the 8.5-mile Crenshaw/LAX Line will connect the Green and Expo lines.
Metro Taps Into Wearable Market With New TAP FlexThe days of fumbling through your bag to find your TAP card or exact change might be coming to an end. On Monday, Metro Los Angeles introduced its new line of wearable wristbands that work like a regular TAP card.