Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti joined Westfield CEO Peter Lowry yesterday for a preview of the $800 million modernization of Westfield Century City.
With work underway at the La Cienega station to relocate utilities, the Beverly Hills City Council began discussions on the second Beverly Hills "Wilshire/Rodeo" portal for the Metro Purple Line Extension, to be located on Wilshire Boulevard between the alley on N. Canon Drive and Reeves Drive.
City Staff will be seeking direction on providing a second portal to exit on the North side of the street at the Business Triangle for the Rodeo Drive/Wilshire segment of the Purple Line Extension.
A Metro Blue Line train chugged through a celebratory banner today near the Pico Station in downtown Los Angeles to help the Metropolitan Transportation Authority mark its 25th anniversary of providing rail service.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Surveillance cameras, hard plastic barriers and other measures are being rolled out on Metro buses to protect drivers against assaults, transit officials announced today.