We posted the other day about a new Metro staff report on the Los Angeles Union Station Master Plan process. The thrust of the report: making Union Station work as a transit hub is the first and foremost priority of the master plan.
The above document is a companion to the staff report and contains some interesting maps and stats. Here’s a good one: Did you know that the bus stop at Cesar Chavez and Vignes serves as many riders as the stops on Patsaouras Plaza? Or that there are two bus plazas and four perimeter bus stops serving Union Station — and 60 percent of the boardings are at the perimeter stops?
Scroll through the document — some of the most interesting stuff is toward the middle and back. Happy reading!