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Sunday, April 21, 2013
The Los Angeles Monorail Network (LAMN) consists of over 440 monorail trains, 830 miles of elevated track and 4,800 employees, servicing the greater Los Angeles area with over 200 stations. LAMN carries hundreds of thousands of commuters each day throughout the Los Angeles area. Cruising at speeds up to 45 mph the Los Angeles Monorail whisks people to Los Angeles areas:
|Los Angeles Monorail at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion|
- Beverly Hills
- Universal City
- Santa Monica
- San Fernando Valley
- Century City
- South LA
- Marina Del Rey
Civic Center StationsThe Los Angeles Monorail Civic Center Stations provide easy access to the LA Civic Center district, including downtown Los Angeles, government offices, buildings, and courthouses.
Sunday, September 2, 2012
Green does not mean go
If you're at the front of the line at a red light and the light turns green you better look before going. A local teenager did not look and she died a few seconds later.
Never be the last car stopped in line
When approaching a line of cars stopped at a red light slow down early; you NEVER want to be the last car stopped in a line at a light. Slow early and coast up to the line. Your goal here is to attract one or more cars close behind you as you approach the light. These cars will act to shield you from that occasional driver coming up too fast from behind.