Tag Archives: LACMTA

Photo essay: Expo Line cars reach Washington Bl.

Last September,  took a trip along the under-construction Expo Line, between Downtown LA and Culver City. Now there are test trains running, but up until about a week ago, the trains ran along the Exposition Bl. segment of the route, where I rarely go anymore. Last week, however, I started seeing Expo Line cars (similar […]

Between the Westside and the Valley; A History of Bus Service through the Sepulveda Pass

As “Carmageddon” (the closure of I-405 in the Sepulveda Pass) fades into history for the next eleven months, let us now discuss the history of bus services between West Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley Between the Westside and the Valley – Before the I-405 Before there was a road in the Sepulveda Pass, […]

MTA #266: From Pasadena to Lakewood

A More Than Red Cars reader writes:   How about an “analysis” (historical review) of Lines 76 (Valley Blvd. to El Monte from Downtown L.A.), and Line 266 (Sierra Madre Station to Lakewood Center via Rosemead Blvd.? Maybe a review of these two bus lines will draw attention to getting more service on them!   […]