After the city's vast street car system was dismantled, its rail cars experienced a variety of fates, from having extended lives overseas to a new life as museums and restaurants.
Spike Jonze's recent film "Her" depicted Angelenos taking luxurious class trains to to the beach -- but we don't have to wait until the future to reach the ocean via public transit
The 25 year-old Foothill Transit system covers an area of roughly 300 square miles and 22 Southland cities.
The Green Line, which began services in 1995, currently ends in Redondo Beach; the planned extension will take it all the way to Torrance.
Although it's meant to be thought of as an "entertainment shuttle," primarily used to transport riders to bars, nightclubs and restaurants, they certainly don't frown on using it f
A couple of replica Red Cars patterned after the 1909 Electric 500-class began operating on a Pacific Electric right-of-way in 2003.
The subway is currently expected to reach the Westside VA in 2035, the year that, tellingly, is the setting for both "Twelve Monkeys" and "I, Robot." Will we even live to see the s
Today is the 18th anniversary of the opening of the Metro Green Line. For those who are familiar, they likely know it as the rail that doesn't quite reach either the ocean or LAX.