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We’re transforming LA County.

Next Stop: More Go

We're building and repairing. That means dozens of newly-connected journeys, more rail to more places and freeway fixes are in our future transformation. Learn more .

Next Stop: More Boomtown

Investing $52 billion in new projects will bring 778,000 new jobs to LA County, and help to fuel a thriving economy. Learn more .

Next Stop: Fresh Air

With a million rides a day, we take a lot of cars off the road to clear the air. But that's only a start. Every future project we have will leave the greenest footprint possible. Learn more .

Project Tracker:

Forty projects in forty years makes for a long to-do list and lots of activity. Use this chart – just like our Metro project teams do – to track our progress.

Interactive Map: Project List

Click on a number below to read the project description. View map fullscreen .

What's Happening today at Metro?

Find out about meetings and events at Metro including art & cultural events, community meetings, community events, and business events . You can get additional information regarding the meetings listed below by clicking or hovering on the links. In addition, you can view meetings or events by month, week or day as well by clicking on the tabs below.

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All-door boarding proposed for 720 and 754 Rapid Lines
Posted by Steve Hymon on
View this document on Scribd Pdf for download and printing here  Metro staff is proposing to expand all-door boarding next year to two of the system’s busiest bus lines – the 720 Rapid ...
Q&A: Demystifying Metro’s future MicroTransit service
Posted by Emma Huang on
You might have heard some buzz that Metro is working to bring a new service known as “MicroTransit” to the region through a pilot program. What exactly is it? Details are still being worked out ...
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Metrolink’s first Tier 4 clean locomotive debuts
Posted by Steve Hymon on
Here is the news release from Metrolink, which is funded in part by Metro: A $300 million investment for new locomotives will reduce emissions by up to 85% and result in more reliable train service ...
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