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Measure R Project Tracker

Project Name & Description Funding Status

Crenshaw/LAX Transit Corridor (project acceleration)*

Accelerates construction of a line along the Crenshaw Bl Corridor and connects Los Angeles, Inglewood, Hawthorne and El Segundo, plus unincorporated LA County.

Region(s): City of Los Angeles, South Bay cities
More: Project Website
$1.21B Final Design

East Light Rail Access (Gold Line)

Increases access, including pedestrian and bicycle, to the Gold Line Eastside Light Rail project.

Region(s): City of Los Angeles
More: Project Website
$30.0M Ongoing

Eastside Transit Corridor Phase 2

Extends Metro Gold Line farther east from the Pomona/Atlantic Station.

Region(s): Gateway Cities, San Gabriel Valley
More: Project Website
$1.27B MIS/EIR/EIS/EA Draft Phase

Exposition Transit Corridor, Phase II

Extends the Exposition Rail Line, currently under construction to Culver City, to Santa Monica.

Region(s): City of Los Angeles, Westside cities
City: Los Angeles
More: Project Website
$925M Construction

Gold Line Foothill Extension

Extends the Metro Gold Line from its current terminus in Pasadena toward Claremont.

Region(s): San Gabriel Valley
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$735M Construction

Green Line Extension to Los Angeles International Airport*

Links the Metro Green Line to LAX at the Aviation Station.

Region(s): City of Los Angeles, South Bay cities
More: Project Website
$200M Alternatives Analysis Study

Metro Orange Line Extension

Extends the Metro Orange Line north from Canoga Park Station to Chatsworth with a projected completion three years early. 

Region(s): City of Los Angeles, San Fernando Valley
More: Project Website
$182M Open For Service

Metro Rail Capital Projects

Maintains rail facilities by improving operational systems, upgrading rail yards and purchasing new rail cars.

Region(s): Regionwide Programs
$788M Ongoing

Metrolink Capital Improvement Projects (Los Angeles County)

Purchases trains, expands the Eastern Maintenance Facility and upgrades sidings and crossovers to increase speed and safety. Local jurisdictions could use funds to improve parking and station facilities within their cities and offer connecting shuttle services.

Region(s): Regionwide Programs, San Fernando Valley
$1.18B Ongoing

Regional Connector: Transit Corridor*

Links four light rail lines that terminate at the edges of Central LA. Expected to provide seamless connections between Long Beach/Claremont, and Culver City/East LA, minimizing the need for rail transfers.

Region(s): City of Los Angeles, Gateway Cities, San Gabriel Valley, South Bay cities, Westside cities
More: Project Website
$160M Preliminary Engineering

Sepulveda Pass Transit Corridor

Provides a rapid transit option to improve traffic flow between the Westside and the San Fernando Valley through the Sepulveda Pass along the I-405 freeway corridor. It will provide a viable alternative to driving on a heavily congested freeway. Specific transit technology and routing will be subject to approved plans developed in cooperation with local jurisdictions and affected communities.

Region(s): City of Los Angeles, San Fernando Valley
More: Project Website
$1.0B Initial Planning

South Bay Green Line Extension*

Extends the Metro Green Line from its current terminus in Redondo Beach to the South Bay Galleria.

Region(s): South Bay cities
More: Project Website
$272M MIS/EIR/EIS/EA Draft Phase

West Santa Ana Transit Corridor

Provides for the development of a grade-separated transit corridor. Phase I is designed to go from the LA County line toward downtown LA.

Region(s): City of Los Angeles, Gateway Cities
More: Project Website
$240 million MIS/EIR/EIS/EA Draft Phase

Westside Subway Extension (to be opened in segments)

Extends Metro Rail to the Westside. The project is expected to serve Century City and Westwood/UCLA.

Region(s): City of Los Angeles, Westside cities
More: Project Website
$4.07B Final Design



Here's how it works: The Measure R Projects Tracker lists the various projects in alphabetical order by category with a brief description of the project.1 You can view the status for many of the projects with estimated Measure R funding allocations as projected over 30 years.2


  • *Specific mode and routing will be subject to approved plans developed in cooperation with local jurisdictions and affected communities.
  • **Specific improvements are expected to be developed by local jurisdictions.
  • ***Partial funding by public/private partnerships is assumed to be part of the project plan.

1Projects listed are for reference only and do not indicate priority order. Project definition depends on final environmental process.
2Measure R does not fully fund all projects.

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