Tag: transportation

Streets Closed In Santa Monica Throughout September

SANTA MONICA—Parts of Ocean Avenue between Washington Avenue and Wilshire Boulevard will be closed in Santa Monica for the next several weeks. The streets will...

Cityline Offers Saturday Evening/Night Service

WEST HOLLYWOOD—The city of West Hollywood has announced that the free Cityline service will make it easier to connect to destinations with Metro Red...

City Launches Shared Mobility Pilot Program

SANTA MONICA—On Monday, September 17, the city of Santa Monica collaborated with Breeze Bike Share, the city's existing shared mobility system, as well as...

Big Blue Bus Partners With Lyft

SANTA MONICA―Big Blue Bus (BBB), the municipal bus operator for the West-side region of Los Angeles County which provides transit to and from Santa...

Elon Musk Presents Hyperloop Tunnel Plan To City Council

CULVER CITY—Tech entrepreneur Elon Musk presented his plan Monday, January 22 to the Culver City Council to install a tunnel system under the city...

CityLineX Providing Shuttle Service For Women’s March Los Angeles

WEST HOLLYWOOD—The city of West Hollywood’s free mini-bus service, CityLineX will have a special operating service on Saturday, January 20 for the Women’s March...

Expo Line Reaches 2030 Ridership Goal

SANTA MONICA—Metro’s Expo Line, the 15.2-mile light-rail line that runs from downtown Los Angeles to Santa Monica, has reached a daily average of over...

City Council Approves Funding For Griffith Park Study

GRIFFITH PARK—On Friday, March 31, the Los Angeles City Council unanimously passed Councilmember David Ryu’s motion to allocate $100,000 of the Fourth Council District’s...

FlyAway Moves Hollywood Bus Stop To New Location

HOLLYWOOD HILLS—The FlyAway bus service to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) has moved its Hollywood stop to 1627 North Vine Street. The new bus...

Downtown LA’s Angels Flight To Reopen By Labor Day

LOS ANGELES—On Wednesday, March 1, Mayor Eric Garcetti announced that Angels Flight, the iconic railway located in Downtown Los Angeles, is expected to re-open...

LAPD To Patrol Metro Buses And Trains

LOS ANGELES—On February 23, the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) Board approved a contract that enforces three different law enforcement agencies to...

CityLineX Service Advisory During Oscar Weekend

WEST HOLLYWOOD—Due to the Awards Season, there are many upcoming road closures in West Hollywood, specifically near the West Hollywood Library and near Hollywood...

Expo Line To Temporarily Close In February

SANTA MONICA—This month, bus shuttles will be replacing train service on two stretches of the Metro Expo Line, as a result of maintenance and...

The PickUp’s Sunday Funday Now Year Round In West Hollywood

WEST HOLLYWOOD—The city of West Hollywood’s free trolley The PickUp will be extending its summer program “Sunday Funday” to a year round schedule, according...

Car Free Friday Starts October 7

SANTA MONICA—The city of Santa Monica will be launching Car Free Friday beginning Friday, October 7 and continuing each Friday after, according to a...

SMPD Bike-Pedestrian Safety Enforcement Operation

SANTA MONICA—According to a press release, the Santa Monica Police Department will be holding a Bike-Pedestrian Safety Enforcement Operation on Friday, August 26 from 6...

Fatal Collision On Pacific Coast Highway

SANTA MONICA—A fatal collision occurred on the Pacific Coast Highway on Friday night, August 19, according to a press release from the Santa Monica...

Beverly Hills AV Program Partners With CARS

BEVERLY HILLS—Beverly Hills has become the first city in the United States to join the Center for Automotive Research at Stanford as part of...

New Plans For Breeze Bike Share In Santa Monica

SANTA MONICA—Santa Monica’s Breeze Bike Share Program will have a new Fee Structure and Employee Benefits Program beginning August 1, according to a press...

Many Transit Options To Twilight Concert

SANTA MONICA—The first concert in Santa Monica’s Twilight Concert Series event will be on Thursday, July 7, says a press release from the city...
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