New photos of LAX/Metro Transit Connector station construction!
Looking north at the rail entrance to our station with the LAX people mover guideway running above. Photos by Gary Leonard for Metro.
Construction of our LAX/Metro Transit Center station is humming along and we have some fresh pics above and below.
If you’re new to the project, the station is located near Aviation Boulevard & 96th Street and will serve trains on the C and K Lines, local buses and be the transfer point between local transit and the people mover that will take people to/from LAX terminals.
Overall our station project is about 70 percent complete and the current forecast is for a fall 2024 opening. The project is funded in part by Measure M, the sales tax approved by L.A. County voters in 2016.
Closeup view of our station with the people mover station above.
The view south of tracks exiting our station and heading toward the new Aviation/Century Station that will be a stop for C and K Line trains.
Ground level view inside our new station.
The future escalator that will take riders between Metro trains and the LAX people mover.
Workers along the new train tracks leading toward the Aviation/Century Station — seen in the distance — and beyond that the junction with the C Line.
Freshly laid track next to a platform inside our station.
The map shows how our rail system and the LAX people mover fit together.
This rendering and the two below show how the station will look when it’s complete.