At last Wednesday’s Associated Students meeting, representatives from Metro shared a brief proposal of a future 18-mile bus transit system called Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) that would link North Hollywood to PCC.
Don’t come to the Big L.A. Portrait Gallery under the impression that there will be swarms of people, booming music and too many art installations to see. This isn’t the event in which others’ fever about an artwork spreads and makes everyone feverish before they can even judge it themselves. This isn’t an event to meet people or be seen; it’s a chance to appreciate art while being in a state of relaxation—appreciation in a purer form.
This past summer Metrolink installed a number of rentable bikes at the east end of the Pasadena City College campus.
Los Angeles is known for its car culture, but the city’s congested routes and headache-inducing traffic jams that come with it have only been getting worse.
Cars are bumper to bumper in the parking lot, the occasional honking, and the pain of sitting behind the wheel for such a long time just to get to class, which can be very vexing when a majority of students are on a time crunch to get to class. Students sit in soul-crushing traffic for a time that feels like forever on their way to get to school when there are easier alternative ways to get around. They sit in cars during traffic right next …
As the fall semester begins, students have been signing up and purchasing PCC’s new transit pass despite complaints about a significant hike in the price.
As of the 2016-2017 school year, PCC students will no longer be able to purchase I-TAP cards in order to receive discounted fare on Metro transit services.
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) announced that their expansion of the Metro Goldline Foothill Extension, encompassing six new stations with connections to Arcadia, Monrovia, Duarte, Irwindale, and Azusa, will open on March 5.
SoCal Museums and Metro partnered up to host the Museum Free-For-All last Saturday, an all-day event for the public to celebrate art and culture by visiting participating museums for free.
SoCal Museums and Metro has teamed up for the first time to provide a Museum Free-For-All this Saturday.