Metro’s Gateway Cities, San Gabriel, South Bay, and Westside Central Service Councils will convene public hearings on the Crenshaw/LAX Line and Regional Connector Service Plans Title VI analyses.
- Title VI is the Service and Fare Equity (SAFE) Analysis of the impacts of the project service plans on minority populations.
- The Title VI analyses must be adopted by Metro Board at least six months before revenue operations can begin; analyses scheduled to be adopted at March Board meeting
- Opening dates for either project are not yet available.
The presentation is the same for both hearings: https://media.metro.net/board/Items/2022/02_february/20220212claxrcphitem3_presentation.pdf
You can read the full Title VI analyses for the Crenshaw/LAX Line here at https://media.metro.net/board/Items/2022/02_february/20220212claxrcphitem3_1.pdf and for the Regional Connector at https://www.metro.net/media/board/Items/2022/02_february/20220212claxrcphitem3.pdf
Virtual hearing dates:
- Saturday, February 12, 10 a.m. and
- Tuesday, February 15, 6 p.m.
To participate: call (877) 422-8614 and enter the corresponding extension to listen or to submit comments by phone in your preferred language. Listening and comment lines will be available from start to finish of each event:
- Listen in English: 3462108# / Comment in English: 3756328#
- Listen in Spanish: 4127050# / Comment in Spanish: 4127057#
- Submit comments online during the hearings via the links in the agenda to be posted here; online comments will be read during the public comment portion of hearing.
Public comments must be received by midnight Tuesday, February 15, 2022. Written comments can be submitted:
- By mail to:
Metro Service Planning & Development
Attn: Crenshaw Light Rail Project/Regional Connector Project Title VI Analysis
1 Gateway Plaza, 99-7-1
Los Angeles, CA 90012-2932
- By email to: mailto: email@example.com
Hearing agendas and link to stream:
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Bigger problem is the Redondo Beach portion of the “Green Line” will always be a low use stub. Even if they get it to Torrance. Maybe if it gets to Wilmington and Long Beach on the south end will decent ridership build. They messed up on the north end by turning a very expensive land right of way owned by Metro on Slauson into an expensive bike path, What a waste. The Redondo/Torrance line should have continued north through the LAX station, Inglewood and turn onto the Slauson right of way stoping at Western, Vermont, Harbor Busway, Avalon and then stopping at Blue Line/WSAB station near South Gate. Lots of north south feeders into this line and ultimately, would have been the 4th line to service LAX.. Another sign of poor planning by Metro not to prepare for connections and future lines as they build current lines.
Pico needs to be renamed to Pico/South Park, Pico/Convention Center or South Park/Convention Center after the RC opens since the E Line will also serve Pico/Aliso
there is NO need to take 10-20-30 years to build a system that should have been completed in the 1990’s or early 2000’s at the very latest!
shame on YOU!
You can blame Zev Yaroslavsky and Proposition A for that. We would have had a lot more built out sooner if it weren’t for him!
This is the first time I’ve heard that the line will terminate in Westchester. I thought the line was supposed to go all the way through while the infill station was being completed. Is this a new development?
As slide 8 shows, the initial segment of the Crenshaw/LAX Line will run to the Westchester station to accommodate work on the Airport Metro Connector station. Service to the new Aviation/Century station is expected in 2023 once the station platforms for the AMC station have been completed.
Editor, The Source
I am sure there are projects where this make sense, but these kinds of things should have been covered 15-20 years ago.