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  • Metro adds monthly fee for toll road drivers

    Metro adds monthly fee for toll road drivers
    In a push to make toll lanes permanent fixtures on two of Los Angeles County's most congested freeways, local transportation officials approved a $1 monthly fee Thursday that will apply to all drivers with electronic tolling accounts, even carpoolers and infrequent users.
  • Metro backs extension of freeway toll lanes, adds $1 monthly fee

    Metro backs extension of freeway toll lanes, adds $1 monthly fee
    Citing the time saved for Los Angeles County drivers who were willing to pay an extra fee, transportation officials Thursday unanimously approved extending the life span of 25 miles of experimental toll lanes on the 110 and 10 freeways. Elected...

    Big-rig crash closes eastbound 210 in Pasadena; Gold Line disrupted

    Big-rig crash closes eastbound 210 in Pasadena; Gold Line disrupted
    Traffic on the eastbound 210 Freeway in Pasadena came to a halt Thursday afternoon when two big rigs collided, sending one through the center divider and overturning on railroad tracks before catching on fire, the California Highway Patrol said. One...

    Man fatally hit by Metro Red Line train; service delayed

    Man fatally hit by Metro Red Line train; service delayed
    A man appeared to have jumped in front of a Metro Red Line train bound for North Hollywood on Thursday afternoon, causing service delays, according to the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority. The incident was reported around 1:41 p....

    Freeway toll lanes seem to speed things along, somewhat

    Freeway toll lanes seem to speed things along, somewhat
    The first comprehensive analysis of Los Angeles County's experimental toll lanes indicates the pay-to-drive routes made some rush-hour commutes faster and less painful, both in the toll lanes and in the free lanes, but made little to no difference for...