Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘Metro’


Artist Pool

Artist Pool
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Have you ever imagined your art work on a massive scale? Maybe as part of a backsplash on a L.A. Metro landing, along the waiting platform or concourse, filling up 2-stories of a glass pavilion wall or overhead? Or, even along a construction fence? Metro invites visual artists residing in the United States to submit […]

Evaluating Options

Evaluating Options

Metro and Caltrans is hosting a local Open House to provide the public with information in regard to the SR-710 Study. They are now in the Alternative Analysis phase, which evaluates “options to improve mobility and relieve congestion within the study area.” In other words, what’s the best way to get from “A” to “B.” […]

Riding the Rails: Using the Metro

Riding the Rails: Using the Metro

The Gold Line First built in 2003, and expanded more recently, the Gold Line connects East L.A. to Pasadena, with stops in Boyle Heights, Little Tokyo, Union Station, Lincoln Heights, Highland Park, South Pasadena and Old Pasadena, among others. The northeastern terminus is currently Sierra Madre Villa in east Pasadena, although there is hope to […]

Where Are We Going?

Where Are We Going?

Next time you’re in traffic on the 210, wondering how bad it will be in the next 10 years, consider attending the upcoming Pasadena-based panel discussions about transportation issues. ¬†On January 22, anyone interested in gaining first-hand information on the often-controversial plans for transportation improvement in the San Gabriel Valley is invited to attend a […]

Fly Me to LAX

Fly Me to LAX

I’d heard enough good things about the Metro-to-FlyAway route from Pasadena to LAX, and had had enough of mystery traffic and expensive parking, to finally inspire me to try a public-transportation journey to and from the airport. And I’m here to report that it’s not hellish at all. Tthat alone represents a huge step in […]

The Gold Line Goes All the Way

The Gold Line Goes All the Way

Sometimes you hear about these mass-transit projects and think, “All those years to build a few miles of subway? We’ll all be dead by then!” And then all of a sudden it’s done and you can’t imagine what life was like before. That’s my hope for the Gold Line Extension, which after years of construction […]

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