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Trains, Planes, and Fewer Automobiles

The MTA has approved a plan to make getting to—and moving around—LAX more convenient without a car

DispL.A. Case #233: Geoduck Fossils

During preconstruction of the Purple Line, an MTA crew uncovered several of the 300,000-year-old shells

Set in Stone: Fossils Have Been Unearthed at a Metro Construction Site

Since spring of last year, Metro Los Angeles has been heaving up dirt by the crane-load to form an “exploratory shaft” at Ogden and Wilshire. Sixty-five feet in, workers have come across a few ancient discoveries

Ask Chris: The Empty Rapid Bus Mystery

Where are they headed if there’s no one along for the ride?

I’m Coming Out (As a Non-Driver)

To those who do not drive and do not want to drive, please, lend us your ears

West Hollywood’s Weekend Trolley: Still Rollin’, For Now

As The Pickup’s six-month pilot program comes to a close, plans are underway to keep the service going

Death By Train: The Spice Table Set to Close on December 31

Chef and owner Bryant Ng writes in to explain his loss... and the happy news of his new project.

Death By Train: The Spice Table Closes on New Year’s Eve

Chef and owner Bryant Ng writes in to explain his loss... and the happy news of his new project.

Rolling With The V.I.B.s (Very Important Buses) of L.A.

A guide to getting around by getting on

Channeling the Future: Five Civic Projects That Changed L.A. Forever

The Los Angeles Aqueduct, which marks its 100th anniversary on Tuesday, transformed the city. Here are four more public works projects that significantly affected the region