The bus and train fares of the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority increased on Monday, September 15. On the eve of hikes, there was not yet enough notices on the buses and trains, just some randomly placed small pamphlets. They were too tiny to be found, and apparently no one noticed.
OP-ED: Metro fare hike hurts those most dependent
If you depend on the L.A. County Metropolitan Transportation Authority to commute to school or work, your pockets may see a little less change with the MTA’s recent fare increase proposal.
Public transportation: an adventure not for the faint of heart
I was harassed by a man,” Delgado said of her experience on the train. “He was singing a Drake song and touching women,”
New advertisements draw more students to campus
Along the sidewalk in the blazing hot sun a Metro bus rolls by and stops at a corner of a busy intersection. As a grimy cloud of dust and hot air clears, a sign appears: â€œLost? Find yourself at PCC,â€ it proclaims.