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  • Metro breaks ground on $2-billion Crenshaw light-rail line

    Metro breaks ground on $2-billion Crenshaw light-rail line
    Officials celebrated the groundbreaking Tuesday for the $2.06-billion north-south Crenshaw Line that will connect the Mid-City Expo Line with the South Bay's Green Line.  "This is a day that Angelenos deserve, a great day for L.A., a day to move America...
  • Man charged with murder in fatal Metro Red Line stabbing

    Man charged with murder in fatal Metro Red Line stabbing
    A man accused of fatally stabbing a passenger on the Metro Red Line in East Hollywood last week has been charged with murder, prosecutors announced Tuesday. Angelo Correia, 24, was arrested after investigators served a search warrant at his home in...
  • Better together

    Better together
    When Milford Mill's Qierra Murray and Indian Creek's Cydni Cole began considering where they might play college basketball, the best friends weren't thinking about going to the same program. The All-Metro second-team guards — Amateur Athletic...
  • Construction begins on Crenshaw/LAX light-rail line

    Construction begins on Crenshaw/LAX light-rail line
    The crunch of a bulldozer biting into a Crenshaw Boulevard school signaled the start of heavy construction Tuesday on the latest addition to Los Angeles' steadily expanding rail network, a light-rail line that will connect the Mid-City area to the South...
  • Traffic: Wind warnings on Bay Bridge

    Traffic: Wind warnings on Bay Bridge
    The Maryland Transportation Authority said that wind warnings are in effect for the Bay Bridge at 11 a.m. on Wednesday. Under wind warnings, sustained wind speeds or gusts of 30-39 mph persist, and operators of house trailers, box trailers, motorcycles...
  • Grants clear path for bridge between airport and Metrolink station

    Grants clear path for bridge between airport and Metrolink station
    Funding has been secured for a $15-million pedestrian bridge that will cross over Empire Avenue and end inside a new transportation center, making access to Bob Hope Airport easier from a Metrolink station south of the airfield. It’s separate...
  • Traffic: Emergency roadwork on MD 147

    Traffic: Emergency roadwork on MD 147
    The state Department of Transportation said that emergency roadwork in Baltimore County on MD 147 South at Putty Hill Avenue that began on Wednesday continued Thursday morning. The Maryland Transit Administration reported minor local bus, mobility...
  • Lord Huron's tale of grandeur and ambition, dissected

    Lord Huron's tale of grandeur and ambition, dissected
    Lord Huron have an origin story like that of a hundred other bands: It started as a solo project for Michigan-to-Los Angeles transplant Ben Schneider, who released some EPs, then recruited a band after realizing things were getting too big to handle on...
  • CicLAvia announces new routes, aims for monthly events by 2017

    CicLAvia announces new routes, aims for monthly events by 2017
    CicLAvia wants to be a regular fixture on the Los Angeles calendar. Organizers of the popular open-streets festival for cyclists and pedestrians, modeled on programs in Latin American cities, are planning three events for 2014, including a first route...
  • Building a better transit option to LAX

    Building a better transit option to LAX
    Building a light-rail line directly into LAX would be expensive and would pose security risks, yet that hasn’t stopped advocates from keeping the idea alive. Thursday, after an acrimonious debate, the Metro board of directors agreed to do a bit...
  • Probe of BART worker deaths spurs 'urgent' safety recommendations

    Probe of BART worker deaths spurs 'urgent' safety recommendations
    SAN FRANCISCO -- The National Transportation Safety Board on Thursday issued “urgent” safety recommendations to the Federal Transit Administration as part of its ongoing probe of the deaths of two Bay Area Rapid Transit track workers struck by...