Partnerships and Unsolicited Proposals

The Office of Extraordinary Innovation (OEI) aligns innovative solutions available in the marketplace with Metro’s mission, vision and strategic goals. Through Unsolicited Proposals and Private-Public Partnerships, OEI facilitates collaboration that drives performance and enhances the delivery of public services.

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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

Environmental Review

Planning and building new transportation projects is complex. The time involved may seem long and frustrating – but the process is important. This fact sheet will provide an overview of

Station Naming

LA County’s transit system is experiencing unprecedented growth. Many new rail stations are under construction and more are in the planning phase. The station naming process includes the following steps:

Tunneling

Metro has a plan to make it easier for you to get around LA.  It includes building better transit. Tunnel construction on new rail or highway transportation projects is an

First/Last Mile

The Plan is an approach for identifying barriers and planning and implementing improvements for the first/last mile portions of an individual’s journey.

Rail Modes

During the planning and environmental evaluation process for a new rail line, many factors will be considered to determine the mode. Some of these factors include cost, available funding, carrying