Construction of the Crenshaw/LAX Line is moving along well with the project on track, pun intended, for a fall 2019 opening. Above are some new pics from the Downtown Inglewood Station that will be located on the north side of Florence Avenue near Market Street — i.e. just east of La Brea Avenue. The tracks will cross La Brea on a new rail bridge.
Here’s a map of the 8.5-mile project. At the southern end, the Crenshaw/LAX Line will have a junction with the Green Line, allowing trains to run from the Green Line’s Redondo Beach Station to the new underground Expo/Crenshaw Station, where riders can transfer to the Expo Line. Green Line trains will also be able to run from Norwalk to the new stations at Aviation/Century and the Airport Metro Connector/96th Street Transit Station — the station to be built that will serve as the transfer point to the people mover that will serve the LAX terminals.