Partnerships and Unsolicited Proposals

OEI implements an alternative approach through our Unsolicited Proposal Policy. We lay out goals  – like those in the Vision 2028 plan – and ask the private, non-profit and academic sectors to get creative and offer Metro to meet LA County’s transportation needs.



We’re integrating sustainability into every stage of our projects. Not only did Metro operationalize sustainability internally through a 2009 policy, we also created programs and resources to ensure everything we

Rail Maintenance and Operations Facilities

Metro continues to expand its rail network. With new lines planned and under construction, the agency will need to add more rail maintenance and storage facilities. These are known as

Joint Development

Joint Development is the real estate development program through which Metro collaborates with qualified developers to build transit-oriented developments on Metro-owned properties. Metro’s Joint Development sites are a gateway to the

Goods Movement

Metro has a plan to make it easier to get around, which includes easing congestion to move goods through LA County in a way that fosters inclusive growth and supports

Transit Oriented Communities

Metro is transforming LA. Metro moves almost 1.3 million people a day across LA County. Thanks to Measure M, Metro is undertaking one of the largest transportation infrastructure programs in

Gentrification and Displacement

Transportation connects LA County residents to opportunity. The ability to get around provides access to jobs, education, health care, entertainment, shopping and more. Metro is working to transform our transportation