On Thursday, Metro staff gave a progress report to the Metro Board’s Construction Committee on the I-405 Sepulveda Pass Improvements Project. Project staff reported that the mega project has overcome some mega challenges over the last three years as it works to improve the I-405 freeway and add a northbound [continue reading]
Construction notice: upcoming utility relocation work for Regional Connector on 2nd, Hill, Broadway, Spring and Main
Good to see more work underway. The Connector will tie together the Gold, Blue and Expo lines in downtown Los Angeles in order to speed up trips through downtown and reduce transfers. More about the project here.
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.
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]
The Connector is a 1.9-mile underground light rail line that will tie together the Blue, Expo and Gold lines in downtown Los Angeles, making it a lot easier and quicker to move about the region without having to transfer so much. The project is partially funded by Measure R, the [continue reading]
The Westside Subway Extension project held a community update on Wednesday night. It has been a busy few months since the project’s final environmental study was approved by both the Metro Board of Directors and the Federal Transit Administration. Here’s the latest: •The current schedule has the first 3.9-mile phase [continue reading]
This is the stretch of Colorado in which the train will run down the middle of the street to its terminus at 4th and Colorado — steps from the Third Street Promenade and the Santa Monica Pier and beach: Posted with Blogsy