Regional Transportation

To reduce congestion and pollution, Supervisor Barger, a member of the Metro Board since 2016, is dedicated to enhancing regional transportation options, expanding the Gold Line, connecting airports and easing freight movement across Los Angeles County.

Supervisor Kathryn Barger attended the 626 “Golden Streets” Festival organized to promote active transportation throughout the San Gabriel Valley. The event began in South Pasadena, and traveled along streets closed to car traffic for 18 miles to the finish line in Azusa. Over 100,000 residents......

On Wednesday, February 1, Supervisor Kathryn Barger led her first Antelope Valley Transportation Summit.  She was joined by leaders from the Antelope Valley community, including Palmdale Mayor Jim Ledford, Lancaster Vice Mayor Marv Crist, and Lancaster City Councilmember Angela Underwood-Jacobs. The summit is a regularly......

On Monday, the Fifth District community will be hosting the world famous Tournament of Roses Parade and Bowl Game. To avoid the traffic and parking congestion, Metro strongly encourages those attending to travel to it safely and conveniently using the Gold Line or Line 501 bus......

Supervisor Kathryn Barger announced that the Board of Supervisors has approved 2 new bookmobiles – one each for the Santa Clarita and Antelope Valleys. “Many rural areas in the 5th District are Bookmobiles and direct-delivery outreach services are, and continue to be an integral, vital......

Supervisor Kathryn Barger announced that the Board of Supervisors has approved two new bookmobiles for the 5th district – one each for the Santa Clarita and Antelope Valleys. “Many of our rural communities in the 5th district are currently served by bookmobiles and they continue......

Supervisor Kathryn Barger joined students, families and staff of Mint Canyon Community School and residents of Canyon Country to inaugurate a new stoplight installed on Sierra Highway at the entrance to the school. “Student safety is our highest priority and we were pleased to work......

On Tuesday, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) approved a dedicated busway connecting the Metro Red Line station in North Hollywood to the Gold Line Del Mar station in Pasadena. The MTA will begin studying two options, a rapid transit busway along major city streets in......