One of the many key projects that Metro is planning is the future Sepulveda Transit Corridor. The first section will be a high-capacity, fast and frequent rail line or monorail between the San Fernando Valley and the Westside.
The idea is to give riders an excellent transit alternative to driving across the Santa Monica Mountains on the 405 freeway and other traffic-clogged roads.
Planning for the line is underway with six different alternatives under study as part of the project’s Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR).
We want public input on potential station locations and where you think their entrances should be. This is a game-changer of a project and we want to ensure that stations are built in locations that will maximize public use.
We have an online feedback form where you can share your views. Before that, you might want to review information about how planners consider potential station locations. We also have an online StoryMap that provides a lot of information about the proposed station locations for the six routes being studied.
Thank you for your help, future riders of the Sepulveda project! And please leave a comment with your thoughts about station and entrance locations. And please note that a future extension of the project will run between the Westside and LAX.