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Exploring the Metro Green Line: From Nowhere to Nowhere and All Points in Between

Exploring the Metro Green Line: From Nowhere to Nowhere and All Points in Between

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.
Metrolink Agrees to Health Risk Assessment for Elysian Valley Residents

Metrolink Agrees to Health Risk Assessment for Elysian Valley Residents

There has been growing concern that Elysian Valley residents are continually exposed to unknown quantities of diesel particulate matter from Metrolink's maintenance facility.
Metro's Summer Public Art Tour Connects Rail, Artists, and Communities

Metro's Summer Public Art Tour Connects Rail, Artists, and Communities

The summer public tour will be held on the first Thursdays of July, August, and September.
João Morlett: Fourth Time's a Charm and the Link to His Ink

João Morlett: Fourth Time's a Charm and the Link to His Ink

"Putting the L.A. Metro symbol on me would really encompass the past two years. I feel like it will close a chapter of me traveling and starting a new life."
Station Art Revealed for Phase 2 of Metro Expo Line

Station Art Revealed for Phase 2 of Metro Expo Line

Eight artists, selected from 400 applicants, will make the rail system a visual engagement between people and place.
A Los Angeles Primer: The Subway

A Los Angeles Primer: The Subway

Say what you will about their limited reach; the Red and Purple Lines surely must rank among the cleanest, most comfortable, least urine-smelling systems in America. You may lose t ...