In order to mark California Clean Air Day 2022, LA Metro is waiving fares on all its public transport and bike-share services, encouraging Angelenos to join the state's clean air movement by leaving their cars at home.
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The K Line will provide Los Angeles residents with improved access to job opportunities and community amenities by better connecting the Crenshaw Corridor and Inglewood to the region’s transit system.
In addition to enabling LA Metro to purchase new battery-electric buses and the required charging infrastructure, the federal grant will also fund related workforce development and training activities.
Marla Westervelt, Vice President of Policy at the Coalition for Reimagined Mobility, speaks with Intelligent Transport’s Leah Hockley about the significant role that policymakers play in the design and deployment of public transport services, as well as how public policies can help to improve transit equity while fostering sustainable urban…
As part of its efforts to make its transit services more accessible, LA Metro has extended its half-price transit pass discount programme from July to 31 December 2022.
Formerly known as Uber Pool, the new shared ride option will provide riders across nine U.S. cities with an affordable and sustainable mode of transport, while encouraging the transition away from private owned cars.
The first-ever awardees of the Federal Transit Administration’s Climate Challenge have been chosen across eight categories for helping to lead the country’s transition to a clean energy future.
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, the Los Angeles Department of Transportation, and the City of Los Angeles have launched two new bus priority lanes in downtown LA.
Five cities across the U.S. and Europe will feature their local bikeshare programmes directly in the Bird app to help to encourage multimodal mobility.
LA Metro has announced new approaches as it looks to rebuild after COVID-19 and return ridership to pre-pandemic levels, including a newly installed Youth Council.
The new LA Metro project will connect Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) with the city’s transport network, with light rail and bus connections planned for the new transport hub.
The new project would see an 18-mile BRT line run from North Hollywood and Pasadena in a bid to better connect communities in northern Los Angeles.
LADOT's new data shows a 22 per cent increase in cycling compared to previous available data, with the next count of biking and walking activity due later in 2021 at 100 locations across the city.
LA Metro has approved contracts for two significant rail projects in the city, as it looks to relieve congestion on the much maligned I-405 freeway which bypasses the city.