Builds the Los Angeles County portion of a new freeway and toll lanes with parallel rail/transit service and a bikeway to connect cities in the Antelope and Victor Valleys, including Palmdale and Lancaster.
Adds one truck lane and one carpool lane in each direction, while maintaining existing general purpose lanes.
Adds three additional miles of SR-71 general purpose lanes in each direction, providing three continuous lanes in each direction to eliminate bottlenecks and improve traffic flow in sections where only two lanes exist today.
Two miles of freeway, on-ramp, auxiliary lane and street widening improvements in the vicinity of Grand Av and Golden Springs Dr.
Creates two additional ExpressLanes, totaling 16 miles, while maintaining current general purpose lanes in each direction.
Adds two ExpressLanes in each direction along the I-405 from I-10 to US-101, while maintaining current general purpose lanes, to provide express bus service connecting the San Fernando Valley to Westwood.
Adds two Zero-Emission truck lanes in each direction, for a total of 18 miles, while maintaining current general purpose lanes. The project includes improvements to the Shoemaker Bridge.
Interchange improvements in all directions (North, South, East and West).
Adds one general purpose lane and one carpool lane in each direction, for a total of seven miles. When complete, there will be a total of five general purpose lanes and one carpool lane in each direction.
Adds segments of auxiliary lanes in each direction to improve traffic flow at on/off ramps for ten miles from Florence Av to I-110.
Extends the existing I-110 ExpressLanes southward one mile to I-405, while maintaining current general purpose lanes.
Improves interchanges from I-605 Rose Hills to I-10, and SR-60 from Santa Anita to Turnbull Canyon. Includes: new auxiliary lanes, wider lanes and bridges, interchange connectors and ramp improvements.
Provides ramps that directly connects the ExpressLanes on the I-110 and I-405.
Various local street improvements to eliminate bottlenecks and improve traffic flow to/from adjacent freeways/major highways and connections to local communities.
Various street improvements, including street and bridge widenings, to eliminate bottlenecks and improve traffic flow to/from adjacent freeways/highways and connections to local communities. Also includes local transit projects such as improved Metrolink Commuter Rail stations, rail crossings and enhanced bus service.
Improvements to various interchanges along the I-605 freeway to eliminate bottlenecks and improve traffic flow at on- and off-ramps from the Orange County Line to the SR-60 Freeway.
Connects Metro Green Line Rail, Crenshaw/LAX Line Rail, and Metro and municipal bus service to the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) via the LAX Automated People Mover.
9.2-mile high-capacity transit project, 14 stations, connecting the Orange Line Van Nuys station to the Sylmar/San Fernando Metrolink Station.
15.3-mile bus rapid transit line from North Hollywood Orange/Red Line Rail Station to the Gold Line Rail in Pasadena. The project could be converted to a rail service at a later date if ridership demand outgrows the bus rapid service capacity.
Extends Gold Line Rail 11 miles and adds five stations, from Citrus College Station to the Claremont Metrolink Station; linking Claremont, Glendora, La Verne, Pomona and San Dimas.
Extends Purple Line Rail Subway 2.5 miles along Wilshire Bl, two stations, from Century City West to Westwood/VA Hospital; connects the Sepulveda Pass underground via the Westwood/UCLA Station.
New 20-mile light rail connection from the City of Artesia to Union Station.
Enables Orange Line bus rapid transit buses to bypass several key intersections to improve bus speeds and passenger travel times.
Extends Gold Line Rail east from Atlantic Station. Two alignments are planned for construction, one along SR-60 to South El Monte, and the other along Washington Bl to Whittier.
Extends Green Line Rail 4.7 miles, four stations, from Redondo Beach to the Torrance Transit Center.
Adds a 12.5-mile high capacity bus rapid transit corridor from Hollywood Bl to 120th St. The project could be converted to a rail service at a later date if ridership demand outgrows the bus rapid service capacity.
Creates a 10-mile high-capacity transit corridor underneath the Sepulveda Pass. The project connects the San Fernando Valley to UCLA and the Westside by providing a link between the Orange Line in Van Nuys and the future planned Purple Line Rail stop.
Extends Crenshaw Line Rail north from the Expo/Crenshaw Station to Hollywood at the Red Line Rail Hollywood/Highland Station.
Converts 14.5 miles of existing Orange Line busway to light rail transit, 14 stations, from Warner Center to North Hollywood.
Links Airport Metro Connector to Expo Line Rail via a bus rapid transit corridor along Lincoln Bl. The project could be converted to a rail service at a later date if ridership demand outgrows the bus rapid service capacity.
Extends Metro Green Line Rail 2.8 miles from Norwalk to the Norwalk/Santa Fe Springs Metrolink Station.
Ten-mile high-capacity transit and rail extension from Wilshire/Westwood Station to the Airport Metro Connector. Project could also add ExpressLanes along the I-405 that provides express bus service connecting Westwood to LAX.
Various capital improvements to enhance travel times, service reliability and speed on Metrolink and Amtrak.