Here’s the latest work notice from the Expo Line Construction Authority, the independent agency building the Culver City-Santa Monica portion of the project, which is funded by Measure R.
Here’s the latest good word from the Expo Line Construction Authority, the agency building the Measure R-funded second phase between Culver City and Santa Monica.
Here is a look at some of the transportation headlines gathered by us and the Metro Library. The full list of headlines is posted on the Library’s Headlines blog, which you can also access via email subscription or RSS feed. Hurricane Sandy provokes the largest pre-emptive transit shutdown in U.S. [continue reading]
Above is the latest construction notice from the Expo Line Construction Authority, which is building the Measure R-funded second phase of the line between Culver City and Santa Monica. Progress has been considerable. Here’s a good pic from Dwight Sturtevant of the beginning of the support structure for the Expo [continue reading]
For those who read yesterday’s post about the attempt by Neighbors for Smart Rail to halt construction on Expo Line Phase 2, below is the legal brief filed by the Expo Line Construction Authority to the California Supreme Court. It’s an interesting read and includes background on the case — [continue reading]
As someone who has received a few parking tickets on the Westside, I can’t say I’m sad to see the West L.A. enforcement center go. Boo hoo! Here’s the construction notice from the Expo Line Construction Authority that is building the Measure R-funded second phase between Culver City and Santa [continue reading]
Work continues to chug along on the Measure R-funded second phase of the Expo Line between Culver City and Santa Monica. Here's a notice for utility work to begin Monday, the 17th, on the street-running portion of the line in Santa Monica on Colorado Avenue from 4th to 17th: [continue reading]
Work on the second phase of the Expo Line between Culver City and Santa Monica continues to ramp up. Here’s the latest construction notice for work on the bridge that will carry tracks across the busy intersection of Olympic and Cloverfield in Santa Monica:
Just a quick heads up — I believe some erroneous info circulated in the media about this: The existing single-track railroad bridge over National Boulevard in the Palms area is not being demolished to make way for a wider Expo Line bridge. The existing structure will be used along with [continue reading]