Join us for a virtual webinar on Zoom to learn about biking and walking improvements proposed for the streets near the future, elevated Metro G Line (Orange) Sepulveda Station and upcoming opportunities to provide input on which improvements are most needed on your streets.
Virtual Webinar: Tuesday, October 18th, 6 – 7PM, bit.ly/matsepulveda
Call in #: 669-444-9171
Webinar ID: 893 6928 0452
Metro staff will present recommendations from the Metro G (Orange) Line Sepulveda Station First/Last Mile Plan, which proposes street and sidewalk improvements to make walking and biking to the station safer and more comfortable. Recommendations are focused on nearby streets such as Sepulveda Bl, Victory Bl, Oxnard St and more, and include adding street lights and trees, as well as possible street design changes, such as bike lanes, crosswalk and sidewalk improvements.
This virtual webinar is the start of a series of opportunities to provide input on what improvements would make the future, elevated G Line (Orange) Sepulveda Station more accessible for people walking and biking to the station. Biking and walking improvements to be implemented are funded by a Measure M Metro Active Transport (MAT) Program grant awarded to the city of Los Angeles.
What is the G Line (Orange) Sepulveda Station First/Last Mile Plan?
Adopted by the Metro Board of Directors in February 2021, the G Line Sepulveda Station First/Last Mile Plan proposes improvements for public streets within half-mile from the Sepulveda Station. The recommendations seek to enhance the experience for people walking, biking, or rolling to the future Sepulveda Station, part of the new G Line Improvements Project. Metro creates first/last mile plans for new or rebuilt transit stations.
What is the G Line (Orange) Improvements Project?
The G Line Improvements Project will upgrade the existing line with grade separations on major streets, better signal priority technology, electronic bus connectivity and a four-quadrant gating system, for a faster trip. As part of this project, the Sepulveda Station will be rebuilt as an elevated station.