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Your Small Business Fairy Godmother: Pacific Coast Regional Small Business Development Corporation

At Grandpoint Bank, we’re proud to have many interesting people on our team, and interesting people like to get involved with interesting organizations. David Ross’ chairmanship of Pacific Coast Regional Small Business Development Center (PCR) is a great example. 471 more words


Metrolink: Much To Praise, Much Still To Fix.

By Noel T. Braymer

Over the last 2 years or so there has been much to praise about Metrolink. New Tier 4 low emission Metrolink Locomotives will soon be in service. 1,342 more words


Why Roads Are Often Crowded And Trains Are Not

By Noel T, Braymer

The reason isn’t what you think it is.

From almost the time cars were first sold, there has been complaints that there weren’t enough roads. 1,409 more words


What's The Best Way To Get To LAX From LAUS By Rail?

By Noel T. Braymer

Today the only direct way without a car to travel between Los Angeles Union Station to LAX if you are going to fly is the Union Station Flyaway Bus. 1,084 more words


L.A. Metro wants to spend $138 million on electric buses. The goal: An emission-free fleet by 2030 (via LA Times)

Southern California’s biggest transit agency retired its last diesel bus six years ago, capping a 15-year process to replace tailpipes that belched black smoke with quieter, cleaner engines powered by natural gas. 69 more words

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LA Metro Launches Bike Sharing In Pasadena

PASADENA (CBSLA.com) — Bike share is rolling into the City of Roses.

Los Angeles Metro’s bike-share program expanded to Pasadena Friday, adding 375 bicycles that can be rented from 30-plus bike share stations. 365 more words


BART: What's To Love And What's to Hate

By Noel T. Braymer

BART was conceived as an alternative to building freeways in San Francisco while preserving its role as the  commercial and job center of the Bay Area. 1,605 more words