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Los Angeles Union Station - Overview The following are current improvement projects at LAUS:

  • Metro Bike Hub
    Design is underway for a Metro Bike Hub at Union Station.  The facility will provide 24/7 secure access, customer support, bike parts and accessory sales, repair services, clinics and a self-service bike repair stand with air pump.  The Metro Bike Hub is scheduled to open in Summer 2017.
  • Metro Bike Share launched its Downtown Los Angeles Pilot in Summer 2016 with 750 bicycles and 61 stations.  One of the most actively used stations is located at Union Station .
  • Los Angeles Union Station Forecourt and Esplanade Improvements
    Environmental Clearance is currently underway for the Los Angeles Union Station Forecourt and Perimeter Improvements (formerly the Stage One Perimeter Improvements of the Union Station Master Plan). The Los Angeles Union Station Forecourt Improvements reestablish the connection between Union Station and surrounding communities to provide a better passenger experience and connectivity for residents, visitors and workers in the Downtown area.
  • Cesar E. Chavez Av Bus Stop Improvement Project
    New transit and bike amenity improvements are underway along Cesar E. Chavez Avenue between Alameda Street and Vignes Street . The project is currently in the design phase, with construction scheduled to start in Summer 2018.
  • Link US
    The Link Union Station (Link US) project, formerly known as the Southern California Regional Interconnector Project (SCRIP), is a Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) project designed to meet the long-term regional rail needs at Los Angeles Union Station (LAUS) by allowing the station to function more efficiently and providing a better overall passenger experience.
  • Connect US Action Plan
    The Connect US Action Plan was developed to improve historical and cultural connections in downtown Los Angeles by enhancing pedestrian and bicycle travel options through and between communities.
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