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A teaser trailer for our next episode - OCTA Route 701 (Northbound) Goldenwest Transportation Center in Huntington Beach to Downtown Los Angeles.

"Hiding Your Reality" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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TMN: s2e42 | First Amendment Audit - Think Ahead Construction

Whittier CA | January 22, 2019 | 1209

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Here is a video clip of Think Ahead Construction crews on another day but this time digging and installing new pipes underneath Hadley Street in Whittier. These are scenes of that morning.

This particular scene is for educational learning on photography and videography while on public sidewalks, streets and right of way public access. What your eyes see in public areas cannot be trespassed.

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A teaser trailer for an upcoming episode premiering in the month of May. OCTA Route 721 (Northbound) Fullerton Park & Ride Station to Downtown Los Angeles.

"Hiding Your Reality" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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TMN: s2e41 | FIRST AMENDMENT AUDIT - San Bernardino Civic Center (WITHOUT SOUNDTRACK)

San Bernardino CA | March 11, 2019 | 1210

After hearing some local chatter on the CB radio band (LSB 38) about sightings of Bald Eagles flying over San Bernardino proper. Our crews went out optimistically to The City of San Bernardino trying to document the Bald Eagles first hand. After a disappointing few hours of bird watching, we decided to go watch city hall. These are scenes of that afternoon.

This particular scene is for educational learning on photography and videography while on public sidewalks, streets and right of way public access. What your eyes see in public areas cannot be trespassed.

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A teaser trailer for an episode premiering later this month - Inglewood Transit Center

"Frozen Star" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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TMN s2e40 | TRANSIT - 43rd Annual Los Angeles Metro Bus Roadeo (2019)

Arcadia CA | March 30, 2019 | 1100

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Usually every ten episodes this network will showcase a random video entitled "PAUSE" for your enjoyment. In episode we are forgoing the PAUSE video this time around to showcase a special transportation event.

Our crews decided to go to Santa Anita Park in Arcadia to record the MTA's annual bus roadeo. Unfortunately the bus operators competition was over when we arrived so we conducted a several interviews with local Southern California's transit enthusiast.

The featured Metro vehicles in this episode are the New Flyer XN40 and XN60 Xcelsior class. The highlight vehicle is a retired Riverside Transit Agency, 2001 NABI 40-LFW CNG #7950 owned and operated by Scott Richards which was repainted to 1980s era Southern California RTD. These are scenes of that afternoon.

For more information on Bravo 529 please visit: https://www.octa.net/Bus/Routes-and-Schedules/Special-Bus-Service/Bravo-Route-529/

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Los Angeles Times Article on Bus Owner Scott Richards
https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-2001-oct-28-tm-62416-story.html

-YouTube/Flickr Channels in Attendance-

Kenny TheTransitExplorer
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPA5kxk-wp7qm8Tz7lqxYNg

Anthony De La Fuente
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCohGY0U5siJwq-q_bLlP8Uw

Coin Lloyd's Transit Hub
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrWI7Fuyj4y_a1eqbf3c0iA

Ruben Aparicio
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFhcOS-yPW9pKNBEOIv3qTg

SoCal Transit Studios
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpqQRCuojSfxLaVAmYDjf1A

UPRR railfann7479 / Christopher Oliveras
https://www.youtube...

A teaser trailer for our next episode tonight - Transit Enthusiast at the 43rd Annual L.A. Metro Bus Roadeo (2019)

"In The West" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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TMN s2e39 | TRANSIT - OCTA Bravo 529 (Northbound) Full Ride

Huntington Beach CA | March 19, 2019 | 1630

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Our crews decided to record the northbound route of OCTA's new Bravo Route 529 from Goldenwest Transportation Center in Huntington Beach. Bravo is similar to Metro's Rapid bus system, Bravo is a limited stop only service on selected corridors in Orange County. Bravo route 529 takes you from Goldenwest Transportation Center in Huntington Beach to Fullerton Park & Ride Station in Fullerton Ca.

There will be continuous video coverage from Goldenwest Transportation Center to Fullerton Park & Ride Station. We hope you enjoy this ride along on OCTA's newest bus route on the system. The featured vehicle in this episode is a New Flyer C40LFR class (CPTDB, 2019). These are scenes of that afternoon.

For more information on Bravo 529 please visit: https://www.octa.net/Bus/Routes-and-Schedules/Special-Bus-Service/Bravo-Route-529/

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Manufacture: New Flyer Industries
Class: C40LFR
OCTA Fleet Number: 7579
Division: Santa Ana Division (Base 1)
VIN Number: 5FYC5FB108C033758

-References-

Canadian Public Transit Discussion Board (2019). Orange County Transportation Authority 5121-5150, 5675-5678, 7530-7592. Retrieved on March 2019 https://cptdb.ca/wiki/index.php/Orange_County_Transportation_Authority_5121-5150,_5675-5678,_7530-7592

A passenger was watching a retro sci-fi show called Space: 1999 on the Metro Greenline the other day, so we decided to create the Bravo 529 trailer to the theme of Space: 1999. The upcoming episode featuring transit vehicle New Flyer C40FLR along with continuous video coverage from Goldenwest Transportation Center in Huntington Beach to Fullerton Park & Ride Station comes out this Saturday.

Theme Music Composed and Conducted by Barry Gray

-Orange County Transportation Authority-
OCTA Chief Executive Officer - Darrell E. Johnson
OCTA Deputy Chief Executive Officer - Ken Phipps
OCTA Board of Directors, Chairman - Tim Shaw

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TMN: s2e38 | POLITICS - Bernie Sanders Los Angeles Rally (2019)

Los Angeles CA | March 23, 2019 | 1522

Presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) held a rally at Grand Park in Downtown Los Angeles Saturday afternoon for the second of three campaign stops in California. Senator Sanders wants to re-start his momentum after finishing second to Secretary Clinton in 2016 Democratic Primary in the state. Senator Sanders is scheduled to hold another rally tomorrow afternoon in San Francisco before concluding his trip through the golden state.

Our crews will try to capture every presidential candidate that makes stops in the greater Los Angeles areas during this election season. These are scenes of that afternoon.

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Ready Aim Fire Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Take the Lead Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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TMN: s2e37 | FIRST AMENDMENT AUDIT - Think Ahead Construction

Whittier CA | January 7, 2019 | 1142

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Here is a video clip of Think Ahead Construction crews installing new pipes underneath a residence and Hadley Street in Whittier. These are scenes of that morning.

This particular scene is for educational learning on photography and videography while on public sidewalks, streets and right of way public access. What your eyes see in public areas cannot be trespassed.

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A teaser trailer for our upcoming episode later this month - OCTA Bravo Route 529 (Northbound) Huntington Beach to Fullerton Park & Ride Station.

"Private Reflection" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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TMN: s2e35 | FIRST AMENDMENT AUDIT - Whittier Public Works - Water

Whittier CA | January 7, 2019 | 1101

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Here is a video clip of Whittier Public Works water division crew maintaining pipes under Greenleaf Ave in Uptown Whittier. These are scenes of that morning.

This particular scene is for educational learning on photography and videography while on public sidewalks, streets and right of way public access. What your eyes see in public areas cannot be trespassed.

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TMN s2e34 | TRANSIT - Metro Line 460 Downtown LA to Disneyland via Harbor Transitway & I-105 Fwy (Southbound) FULL RIDE

Anaheim CA | February 19, 2019 | 1134

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In this episode our crews recorded the entire trip of Metro Line 460 Local/Express from the first stop in Downtown Los Angeles to the last stop at Disneyland in Anaheim. Metro Line 460 is one of two routes that travels outside of Los Angeles County, the other being Metro Line 161 to Thousand Oaks in Ventura County (MTA, 2018). Line 460 was once dubbed as a Summer Fun Bus in the 1980s, CPH (2010) and currently MTA's longest route at 43.1 miles or 69.3 km (Rome2Rio, 2019). The featured vehicle in this episode is a New Flyer Xcelsior XN40 class bus out of Metro Division 1 (CPTDB, 2019).

From the first stop at 5th and Los Angeles Street, line 460 makes local stops in Downtown Los Angeles, express stops along the Harbor Transitway on its way to the Metro Greenline Station in Norwalk. Line 460 once again makes local stops in Norwalk, Santa Fe Springs, Cerritos, La Mirada, Buena Park, West Anaheim, Fullerton, and Anaheim. There will be continuous video coverage from Downtown Los Angeles, through the Harbor Transitway all the way to Disneyland in Anaheim. These are scenes of that afternoon.

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For schedule information on Metro Line 460 please visit The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority: https://media.metro.net/riding_metro/bus_overview/images/460.pdf

Manufacture: New Flyer Industries
Class: Xcelsior XN40
Metro Fleet Number: 3850
Metro Division: 1
VIN Number: 5FYC8FB14FB046975

-References-

Canadian Public Transit Discussion Board (2019). Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority 3850-..

A teaser trailer for our next episode - Metro Line 460 (Southbound)

"Intrepid" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

TMN s2e33 | TRANSIT - Metro Line 460 Disneyland to Downtown LA via I-105 Fwy & Harbor Transitway (Northbound)

Anaheim CA | February 19, 2019 | 0912

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In this episode our crews recorded the entire trip of Metro Line 460 Local/Express from the first stop in Anaheim to last stop in Downtown Los Angeles. Metro Line 460 is one of two routes that travels outside of Los Angeles County, the other being Metro Line 161 to Thousand Oaks in Ventura County (MTA, 2018). Line 460 was once dubbed as a Summer Fun Bus, CPH (2010) and currently MTA's longest route at 43.1 miles or 69.3 km (Rome2Rio, 2019). The featured vehicle in this episode is a North American Bus Industries Metro 45C class bus out of Metro Division 1 (CPTDB, 2019).

From the first stop in front of Disneyland, line 460 makes local stops in Anaheim before entering the northbound ramp of Interstate 5 freeway, and later makes local stops in West Anaheim, Fullerton, Buena Park, La Mirada, Santa Fe Springs, Norwalk and express stops along the Harbor transitway on its way to downtown Los Angeles (MTA, 2018). There will be continuous video coverage from Disneyland in Anaheim, through Norwalk and the Harbor transitway to Downtown Los Angeles. The southbound trip of Metro line 460 will be our next episode. These are scenes of that morning.

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For schedule information on Metro Line 460 please visit: https://media.metro.net/riding_metro/bus_overview/images/460.pdf

Manufacture: North American Bus Industries
Class: Metro 45C
Metro Fleet Number: 8106
Metro Division: 1
VIN Number: 1N94533688A140405

-References-

Canadian Public Transit Discussion Board (2019). Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority 8100-8400. Retrieved on February 2019 from https://cptdb.ca/wiki/index.php/Los_Angeles_County_Metropolitan_Transportation_Authority_8100-8400

Hobbs, Charles P (2010). RTD’s (and Metro’s) Summer Fun Bus: Line #460. Retrieved on February 2019 from http://morethanredcars.com/?p=129

MTA Service Area (2018). Retrieved on February 2019 from https://media.metro.net/documents/a5e11b4f-11ac-4807-8cd2-0e7cff6aa94e.pdf

Rome2Rio (2019). Transport. Retrieved on February 2019 from https://www.rome2rio.com/map/5th-Los-Angeles/Anaheim

A teaser trailer for our next episode - Metro Line 460 (Northbound)

"Intrepid" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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TMN: s2e32 | eBike - El Segundo to Beverly Hills via Ballona Creek

In this episode we showcase a bike ride proceeding northbound through the streets of El Segundo and West Los Angeles during mid-morning. Riding on both major and residential streets, and on dedicated bike path along Ballona Creek from El Segundo to Beverly Hills. A similar ride was completed during season 1, episode 25, going southbound from Century City to El Segundo, the Mariposa Greenline Station as the final destination. This time around the final destination is the corner of Olympic Blvd and Beverly Drive in Beverly Hills.

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TMN: s2e31 | First Amendment Audit - Tony's Tree Service

Anaheim CA | January 9, 2019 | 1407

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One of crews noticed a local squad of tree demolishers in the City of Anaheim, an audit was made. These are scenes of that afternoon.

This particular scene is for educational learning on photography and videography while on public sidewalks, streets and right of way public access. What your eyes see in public areas cannot be trespassed.

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TMN: s2e30 | PAUSE – Harbor Freeway I-110 at Manchester Ave

Los Angeles CA | February 2, 2019 | 1620

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Every ten episodes we will showcase a random video entitled "PAUSE" for your enjoyment. In this episode of Pause is the Harbor Fwy I-110 at Manchester Ave in Los Angeles. These are scenes of that afternoon.

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TMN: s2e29 | PROTEST - Not My Presidents Day (2019)

Los Angeles CA | February 18, 2019 | 1145

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Since its incarnation in 2017, Not My Presidents Day has been an ongoing multi-city demonstration against the 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump. This protest was on the steps of City Hall in Downtown Los Angeles. This years demonstration was also known as "National Emergency Declaration Protest".

Speakers were U.S. Representatives Maxine Waters and Nanette Barragán, both democrats representing parts of Los Angeles metro. Also in attendance were some fearless conservatives exercising their constitutional right to assemble and protest against the left, especially Maxine Waters. These are scenes of that afternoon.

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TMN: s2e28 | AGENDA 21 - 5G Emitters in Anaheim CA

Anaheim CA | February 8, 2019 | 1107

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The telecommunication professionals say that 5G is a new, faster network with the potential to completely transform the internet. But are they really? In this episode we are investigating locations of 5G emitters in the City of Anaheim. From a starting point at Lincoln/Brookhurst till La Palma/Brookhurst, then westbound on La Palma Ave ending at Magnolia/La Palma. In our 2.1 mile walk we encountered sixteen (16) 5G emitters on top of street lights and traffic signals. Upon further investigation, there were also video cameras mounted near these 5G devices; schools, universities and residences were all nearby.

Please be aware of your surroundings and follow your community leaders that plan on implementing any sustainable developments locally. Keywords (Sustainable Development) Research Agenda 21, 5G and geo-engineering for more information on the subject to be well informed. These are scenes of that afternoon.

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"Hit the Streets" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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A teaser trailer for our next episode. Stay tuned for the hunt of 5G Emitters in Anaheim California.

Please be aware of your surroundings and follow your community leaders that plan on implementing any sustainable developments locally. Keywords (Sustainable Development) Research Agenda 21, 5G and geo-engineering for more information on the subject to be well informed.

Hit the Streets Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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TMN: s2e27 | EVENT - The Congressional Art Competition of Spring 2000

Santa Monica CA | Spring 2000 | 1500

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Each spring, members of the U.S. House of Representatives sponsors a countrywide high school Congressional Art Competition within their respected congressional districts. High school students are given the opportunity to showcase their talents and also to be recognized in their communities. The Art Institute of Los Angeles within California's 29th Congressional District hosted the annual event in the Spring of 2000. These are scenes of that afternoon.

For more details on the Congressional Art Competition please check out the link below.
https://www.house.gov/educators-and-students/congressional-art-competition

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"Constancy Part One" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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TMN: s2e26 | First Amendment Audit - Innocenti Construction

Culver City CA | January 6, 2019 | 1543

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After an exclusive lunch at the Chargha House near Jefferson & Sepulveda Blvd, our crews noticed construction work on Sepulveda Blvd and an audit was conducted. These are scenes of that afternoon.

This particular scene is for educational learning on photography and videography while on public sidewalks, streets and right of way public access. What your eyes see in public areas cannot be trespassed.

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TMN was first inspired after witnessing a public official tripped over a parked Scooter and later causing a tantrum on a sidewalk in Westwood, California. From then on we record as an independent media channel that showcases original content. Videos will be from 1996 to present day. Whether it's media on 8mm, VHS, cell phone, action cams or other media equipment; entertainment or educational related material will be shown. entertainment or educational related material will be shown. Showcased content of public interests will include; bike paths, electric unicycle/bike, public transit, politicians, rallies, federal/police watch, audits, public advocacy, or random videos. We support the US Constitution and you are welcome to say whatever you see fit, comments are the sole responsibility of their respective channels.

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