- Airport Metro Connector 96th Street Transit Station
Metro is examining ways to connect the growing Metro Rail system to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).
- ATMS (Smart Bus) Project
Advanced Transportation Management System (ATMS) technology makes Metro the operator of one of the "smartest" and most "feature packed" bus fleets in the world.
- Blue Line Upgrades
After 23 years of service transporting riders between Long Beach and Downtown Los Angeles, the Metro Blue Line is getting a well-deserved $1.2 billion dollar overhaul. It includes new tracks, improved stations, refurbished rail cars and more.
- Bus Rapid Transit Studies
Metro, the City of Los Angeles, and Los Angeles County are considering the feasibility of implementing a Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project on Wilshire Boulevard within the City of Los Angeles.
- Capital Projects
Patsaouras Plaza Busway Station project will be a new transit busway station for the Metro Silver Line and other transit buses operating on the El Monte Busway. The design will place the busway south of Patsaouras Transit Plaza, in the median of the El Monte Busway next to US-101.
- Division 13 Bus Maintenance Facility
Metro has made several modifications to the design plan of the agency's Union Bus Maintenance and Operations Facility IS/MND project since it was was adopted by the Metro Board on September 25, 2008.
- Division 20 Portal Widening & Turnback Facility Project
In order to accommodate increased service levels on the Red/Purple Lines, Metro is moving forward with two critical facility improvements: a new turnback facility in the Division 20 yard and a widening of the heavy rail tunnel south of the US-101 freeway.
- East San Fernando Valley Transit Corridor
Metro, in coordination with the City of Los Angeles, is conducting a transit study to evaluate ways to improve north-south transit opportunities in the east San Fernando Valley that offer connections to the regional transportation network.
- Eastside Access Improvements: 1st & Central Station Project
The Eastside Access Improvements project (or the Eastside Access 1st/Central project) at the future Metro Regional Connector - Gold Line 1st/ Central station in the communities of Little Tokyo and the Arts District will help implement a program of streetscape, pedestrian safety, and bicycle access improvements in a one-mile radius around the station. These improvements will help enhance the livability of these communities and facilitate linkages to Union Station and integration of the bicycle and pedestrian access to Metro rail, bus, and bike systems.
- Eastside Transit Corridor Phase 2
Metro Eastside Transit Corridor Phase 2 is a transit study looking to connect with and extend the recently opened Gold Line Eastside Extension light rail line which runs from Union Station to Pomona and Atlantic boulevards in East Los Angeles to communities farther east.
- Edward R. Roybal Metro Gold Line Eastside Extension
With eight new stations serving such diverse neighborhoods as the Arts District, Little Tokyo and Boyle Heights, the Edward R. Roybal Metro Gold Line Extension connects the Eastside by rail to Downtown LA, Pasadena, San Fernando Valley, South Bay, Long Beach and other points.
- El Monte Station
In preparation for the construction of the new El Monte Station, construction of a temporary bus terminal began in April 2010. Work on the new facility is expected to last approximately 20 months.
- Emergency Security Operations Center (ESOC)
Metro is developing a new three-story Emergency Security Operations Center (ESOC) on property already owned by Metro. The new facility will serve as the Emergency Operation Center (EOC) and central location for Metro security operations, radio dispatch and emergency coordination. Metro is also planning to integrate Rail and Bus Operations Centers into the facility in the future.
- Expo Line to Santa Monica
This phase of the Exposition Transit Corridor project will extend westward from the Culver City Metro Rail station along the old Pacific Electric Exposition right-of-way to 4th Street and Colorado in downtown Santa Monica.
- Gold Line Foothill Extension
EAST PASADENA TO AZUSA OPENED MARCH 5TH, 2016
Metro has partnered with the Gold Line Foothill Extension Construction Authority to oversee the eastward extension of the existing Metro Gold Line from its current terminus in Pasadena to the City of Montclair.
- Green Line Upgrades
As part of Metro’s overall plan to upgrade its rail service, Green Line stations will be intermittently closed starting Spring 2015 until early 2016.
- Metro Orange Line
The Metro Orange Line Grade Separation Analysis and Operational Improvement Technical Study is nearing completion and will be brought back to the Metro Board this summer, after which environmental clearance will begin.
- Metro Silver Line
Metro Silver Line connects the South Bay and the San Gabriel Valley with Downtown L.A. seven days-a-week service every 5-10 minutes during weekday rush hours.
- Regional Connector Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM)
A TBM is like a giant drill. The TBM will slowly drill through the earth, digging the tunnels needed for the trains to travel underground. The tunnels will connect three stations from Little Tokyo to the Financial District in downtown Los Angeles.
- Sepulveda Transit Corridor
Planned to connect the San Fernando Valley to the Westside via a 10-mile section of the I-405 Freeway, this project is considering both transit and highway improvements.
- South Bay Light Rail Transit Extension
Metro is conducting an environmental impact review of options for the South Bay Light Rail Transit Extension project, a proposed extension of the agency's existing Green Line to Los Angeles County's South Bay region.
- West Santa Ana Branch Transit Corridor
This transit corridor project is planned along a 20-mile rail right-of-way connecting Paramount with Santa Ana by utilizing several transportation alternatives including bus rapid transit, light rail, commuter rail and high-speed rail.
- Willowbrook/Rosa Parks Station Improvement Project
The Willowbrook/Rosa Parks Station Improvement Project is intended to provide important upgrades to this busy, 25 year old Station where the Metro Blue and Green Lines meet.