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  • Californians stop routines for ShakeOut earthquake drill

     
    Millions of Californians paused their routines at 10:18 a.m. Thursday in schools, offices and hospitals to participate in an earthquake drill billed as the largest such safety drill in U.S. history....
  • Transit tax may hurt Gov. Brown's Prop. 30, L.A. supervisor says

     
    A Nov. 6 ballot proposal to extend an L.A. County transit tax could doom the $6-billion tax measure sought by Gov. Jerry Brown in the same election, L.A. County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas warned....
  • Ahead of schedule, 405 Freeway to fully reopen by sunrise Sunday

     
    The northbound 405 freeway in the Sepulveda Pass could fully reopen by Sunday at 5 a.m., a full 24 hours ahead of schedule, as crews finished repaving work quicker than anticipated....
  • Bicyclist killed by MTA bus was training for triathlon

     
    A female bicyclist who was killed over the weekend when she veered into a Metropolitan Transportation Authority bus was training for an Ironman Triathlon, her coach said. Marisela Echeverria, 36, was dragged beneath the bus and ultimately run over by...
  • Metro trains slow down, belatedly, for ShakeOut earthquake drill

     
    ShakeOut earthquake drill: All MTA trains were scheduled to slow down at 10:18 a.m., but when the time came, train cars continued to coast as usual. Bruce Shelburne, interim executive director of rail operations for MTA, said a miscommunication with the...
  • Newton: An MTA power play

    Newton: An MTA power play
    The transportation future of this region rests, in no small measure, with the Metropolitan Transportation Authority. And that body's board is about to change. In part, that is because Los Angeles will be getting a new mayor. That mayor will sit on the...
  • Great ShakeOut: Trains to slow at 10:18 a.m. for earthquake drill

     
    If you're headed out on a Metro train this morning, you might want to build in a few extra minutes. Minor delays are expected as all Metro trains take part in the Great California ShakeOut, billed as the country's largest earthquake drill....
  • Great California ShakeOut: 9.3 million to take part in quake drill

     
    Commuting is the focus of the Great California ShakeOut, which is being billed as the "largest earthquake safety drill in U.S. history."...
  • Bicyclist killed after collision with MTA bus in Malibu

     
    A bicyclist riding through Malibu was killed over the weekend when she veered into the a Metropolitan Transportation Authority bus, was dragged beneath it, and ultimately run over by the bus’ rear wheels, a Los Angeles County Sheriff’s...
  • Pro-transit tax backers give big to Measure J sales tax extension

     
    Measure J, the extension of L.A. County's half-cent sales tax for transportation on next month's ballot, has netted close to $2 million in contributions from corporations, unions and wealthy individuals, finance documents show....
  • SUV that triggered Metro bus crash ran red light, officials say

     
    An articulated Metro bus that crashed into two downtown L.A. stores Wednesday was hit by a driver who ran a red light, causing the bus driver to lose control, officials said....