Chinatown residents are fighting to stop former Dodgers owner Frank McCourt from building an aerial gondola just 40 feet above their homes.
The development, dubbed “District NoHo,” will replace the park-and-ride lot at the NoHo metro station.
Los Angeles ran the nation’s largest fare-free program for almost two years. It shouldn’t have stopped.
Metro Micro serves as an affordable alternative to rideshare apps like Lyft and Uber in parts of the city.
In this open letter, the Bus Riders Union calls on Supervisor Holly J. Mitchell and Metro CEO Stephanie Wiggins to help them fight anti-Black policies by the Metro Board.
Buses have been fare-free during the pandemic, but the Metro Board of Directors may soon end this program. Citizens who rely on public transportation are speaking out.
A fight between labor and management tests a bike share company’s progressive culture.
Metro is talking about further cuts to bus service, making life even more difficult for Angelenos.
Hollywood Boulevard is shut down again for yet another premiere. But who's forced out to let that happen?