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LINE 794: Potential 30 min delay southbound from Lincoln/Empire thru 4:30pm due to bus with mechanical issue. https://t.co/Sm1RkvthOH

LINE 687: potential 40 min delay southbound thru 11am due to bus with mechanical issue at Altadena/Lake. https://t.co/KWfVbH4RUh

@skrelii hi, perhaps the operator is stopping briefly to stay on time per schedule? ^LH

GOLD LINE: Today 9:30am-2:30pm, every 20 min. Trains share 1 track at Fillmore & South Pasadena. https://t.co/y8lXkzBSQN

LINE 108: potential 25 min delay eastbound from Culver City Transit Center to Peach tree Layover thru 8am due to bu… https://t.co/ay6xWJYonU

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Metro statement on Purple Line Extension work in Century City

This photo show the demolition site looking east toward the Beverly Hills High School campus. Photo: LA Metro.

An aerial view of Century City and the Beverly Hills High campus. The construction staging area will be where the red marker is and the Century City station will be at bottom left at Avenue of the Stars and Constellation Boulevard. Credit: Google Maps.

In a story in the Beverly Hills Courier , Beverly Hills Unified School District officials have alleged that construction debris, noise and vibration from Purple Line Extension work have impacted the Beverly Hills High School campus.

As part of its work on the second segment of the Purple Line, Metro is in the process of demolishing two buildings on Century Park East to clear way for a construction staging yard in Century City.

Metro’s response to the allegations:

•The demolition work is taking place on Metro-owned property within the city of Los Angeles on Century Park East in Century City and began earlier this month — after the regular school session ended May 31.

•Metro has scheduled this work for the summer, when most students are not on campus.

•Metro project staff have reported that there is no evidence that demolition materials landed on the school campus.

•Metro’s construction work is within the safe vibration limits for the project as determined by the Federal Transit Administration.

• Noise levels are in conformance with the city of Los Angeles’ municipal code for construction activities not located near residential properties.

• In an April 28 letter to BHUSD, Metro requested access to install noise monitoring equipment and install temporary noise mitigation at the High School. On June 20, Metro received a signed Right of Entry agreement to install noise monitors on the campus.

•Metro plans on installing sound walls between the work site and the campus, as well as noise monitors before school resumes in mid-August.

•Metro and BHUSD officials and their attorneys met back on May 15 to discuss the upcoming demolition work. At that time, the school district communicated that the portable classrooms near the demolition site would be empty during the summer school session and the buildings would act as a buffer between the work and the students on campus during summer school session

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Enjoy the first official weekend of summer at the BET Experience

Today marks the beginning of summer and what better way to start the celebration than with the sounds of SZA, NE-YO and LL COOL J at the BET Experience at L.A. Live. This year’s BET Experience is the ultimate music, celebrity and lifestyle weekend with all-star performances at the STAPLES Center by music icons such as Rae Sremmurd, Ludacris and NAS.

If you’re like me and don’t have the summer funds to head to the concerts, Metro can help you out. TAP card holders can use our exclusive the promo code to save 20% on all concert tickets at L.A. LIVE.

Plus, there’s still a stacked line-up of offerings at the 2-day FREE BET Fan Fest across the way at the Los Angeles Convention Center. You can watch some of your favorite celebrities go head-to-head on the b-ball and dodge ball court, check out the latest trends at the BETX House of Fashion & Beauty and stay woke with Genius Talks from creative and high profile talent.

And, if you’re coming to check out music while ballin’ on a budget, the Fan Fest has live music with rising stars at Acoustically Speaking and BET EX Main Stage concerts, which are both are free to attend.

Here’s a schedule of highlights from the Fan Fest that you wont want to miss:

Photo by BET

Celebrity Dodgeball Game | Friday, June 22 from 6 – 8:30 p.m. Watch your favorite celebrities relive their middle-school gym days on the dodgeball court.

Photo by BET

Kicksperience | Friday, June 22 from 5 – 11 p.m. & Saturday, June 23 from 11 a.m. – 8 p.m. Explore an interactive collection of sneakers, music, art and street wear. After all, who doesn’t love a nice pair of kicks?

Photo by BET

BETX House of Fashion & Beauty | Friday, June 22 from 5 – 11 p.m. & Saturday, June 23 from 11 a.m. – 8 p.m. Receive the best tips and advice on fashion, hair, makeup, skin and beauty straight from the style experts themselves.

Photo by BET

Genius Talks | Saturday, June 23, Five Different Panels Between 1:15 – 6:45 p.m. Unwind with a fireside-style conversation with some of the best minds in the industry.

Even though the event is free, wristbands are required for entry, so be sure to register for the BET Fan Fest wristbands by downloading the BETX ’18 app or visit BETexperience.com . Avoid the long lines on opening day and schedule your time for will call pick-up today.

Concerts will take place at L.A. Live located at 1111 S. Figueroa Street in Downtown Los Angeles. The Fan Fest will be at the L.A. Convention Center located at 1201 S Figueroa Street. Take the Metro Blue or Expo Line to Pico Station for access to both, or ride over using Metro Bike Share — there’s a bike share dock right outside the Convention Center.

Hope to see you out there!

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New discount on Metrolink’s San Bernardino Line starts July 1

All tickets on the Metrolink San Bernardino Line will be discounted at least 25 percent starting Sunday, July 1, except for the weekend pass and special tickets. Students and seniors get discounts up to 50 percent.

The San Bernardino Line, one of Metrolink’s busiest lines, is a vital corridor serving the San Gabriel Valley with stops at Los Angeles Union Station, Cal State LA, El Monte, Baldwin Park, Covina, Pomona, Claremont, Montclair, Upland, Rancho Cucamonga, Fontana, Rialto, San Bernardino Depot and Downtown San Bernardino.

The discounted fare has an initial period of six months.

This discount was a result of a motion led by Metrolink Board Director and L.A. County Supervisor Hilda L. Solis, with support from Metrolink Board 2nd Vice-Chair and Glendale Councilmember Ara Najarian, as well as Directors L.A. County Supervisor Kathryn Barger and L.A. Councilman Paul Krekorian. Metro and San Bernardino County Transportation Authority (SBCTA) boards are funding the discount.

Starting Monday, June 25, monthly passes purchased through ticket vending machines and ticket windows will be available with the 25 percent discount.

All mobile tickets will be available with the 25 percent discount starting Sunday, July 1.

For more information on the San Bernardino Line discount, visit their page here .

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New discount on Metrolink’s San Bernardino Line starts July 1

All tickets on the Metrolink San Bernardino Line will be discounted at least 25 percent starting Sunday, July 1, except for the weekend pass and special tickets. Students and seniors get discounts up to 50 percent.

The San Bernardino Line, one of Metrolink’s busiest lines, is a vital corridor serving the San Gabriel Valley with stops at Los Angeles Union Station, Cal State LA, El Monte, Baldwin Park, Covina, Pomona, Claremont, Montclair, Upland, Rancho Cucamonga, Fontana, Rialto, San Bernardino Depot and Downtown San Bernardino.

The discounted fare has an initial period of six months.

This discount was a result of a motion led by Metrolink Board Director and L.A. County Supervisor Hilda L. Solis, with support from Metrolink Board 2nd Vice-Chair and Glendale Councilmember Ara Najarian, as well as Directors L.A. County Supervisor Kathryn Barger and L.A. Councilman Paul Krekorian. Metro and San Bernardino County Transportation Authority (SBCTA) boards are funding the discount.

Starting Monday, June 25, monthly passes purchased through ticket vending machines and ticket windows will be available with the 25 percent discount.

All mobile tickets will be available with the 25 percent discount starting Sunday, July 1.

For more information on the San Bernardino Line discount, visit their page here .