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Groundbreaking in Culver City Marks Construction Kick Off for Metro Ivy Station

Ground was officially broken Wednesday to mark the formal start of construction of Ivy Station, a $350 million development at the Culver City Metro stop.

Beverly Hills News – City to Host Metro Update for Two Stations in Beverly Hills

The City will host a meeting on the Metro Purple Line Extension 6:30-8 p.m. October 11 in the Municipal Room at City Hall, 2nd Floor, 455 N. Rexford Drive.

Judge: More Information Needed Before Deciding On Metro Measure M Lawsuit

A judge said today she needs more information before ruling on a request by a coalition of seven Los Angeles County cities for an accelerated hearing on a lawsuit filed on behalf of taxpayers concerning the ballot language for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority's proposed half- cent county sales tax measure.  

Seven L.A. Cities Move To Accelerate Lawsuit Against Metro’s Measure M Sales Tax Increase

Attorneys for a coalition of seven Los Angeles County cities will try again Tuesday to file a request for an accelerated hearing on a lawsuit filed last week on behalf of taxpayers concerning the ballot language for Measure M, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority's proposed half-cent county sales tax ballot action.  

Beverly Hills News – City to Consider Funding a Second Station at Wilshire-Rodeo Metro Link

The City of Beverly Hills working group to evaluate a proposal to create a second portal on the other side of the street for the Wilshire/Rodeo Metro station will present their preliminary report on the project Tuesday.

Beverly Hills News – Mayor Gold to Present the State of the City Wednesday at Greystone Mansion

Beverly Hills Mayor Julian Gold will present the State of the City Wednesday evening at Greystone Mansion.

LA Metro Partners With Zipcar for First/Last-Mile Rides

Metro public transit riders in the Los Angeles area will be able to reserve from a fleet of 20 loaner vehicles under a partnership with car-sharing company Zipcar, it was announced today.

There’s an App for That- And Bus Riders Who Have It May Soon Get a Discount

City DASH bus riders who pay fares with TAP cards, mobile apps or other electronic methods would pay less under a proposal that will soon be considered by the Los Angeles City Council.

Beverly Hills News – Wilshire Bus Rapid Transit Opens Tomorrow To The East, West Of Beverly Hills

Starting tomorrow morning, motorists on Wilshire Boulevard will no longer be allowed to drive on five miles of newly designated concrete bus lanes during weekdays from 7-9 a.m. and 4-7 p.m.

Beverly Hills News – Metro Checks for $65,000 Go Out to Cover Business Lost

The first $65,000 in checks will go out from Metro to small businesses losing business because of tunneling in front of their shops, Metro said today.

Beverly Hills News – Southwest Beverly Hills HOA Talks Metro, Measure E

A meeting of the Southwest Beverly Hills Homeowners Association Wednesday evening at Roxbury Park proved a fertile forum to discuss issues related to accelerating Measure E bond money, school buildings, Metro plans and BHHS oil leases.

Metro Rolls Out New Safety Measures On Buses, Including Surveillance Cameras

Surveillance cameras, hard plastic barriers and other measures are being rolled out on Metro buses to protect drivers against assaults, transit officials announced today.

Beverly Hills News – Community Meeting On Purple Line Subway Extension Tonight At La Cienega Park

This evening at 6:30 p.m. at the La Cienega Park Community Center, the City of Beverly Hills is holding the first of two meetings to hear what residents have to say about potential impacts from construction of the La Cienega Metro Station as part of the Purple Line subway extension.

Beverly Hills News – Metro Exceeds Noise Threshold On First Day Of Purple Line Work

It didn’t take long for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority to draw the ire of some Beverly Hills businesses.

Metrolink Crash and Derailment Leaves Four Critical, at least 30 Injured

A Metrolink train headed to Los Angeles struck a truck on the tracks in Oxnard today, resulting in nearly 30 injuries and interrupting rail service from Ventura County, authorities said.

Beverly Hills News – Obama Budget Earmarks $1 billion for California Transportation Projects, Including Purple Line

President Barack Obama's newly released budget proposal earmarks more than $1 billion for California transportation and construction projects, including $330 million that Los Angeles officials call crucial to extending the Purple Line from the Mid-City area to Century City, it was reported today.
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