Orange Line Sustainable Corridor Implementation Plan
Metro and the City of Los Angeles and have finalized the Orange Line BRT Sustainable Corridor Implementation Plan (CIP) Report .
The CIP is intended to build on the success of the Orange Line by providing recommendations to create a network of transit-oriented districts at station areas along the corridor. The study identifies a range of improvements that are prioritized for the Orange Line corridor and its fourteen station areas, such as land use changes, catalyst projects, streetscape improvements and transit connections.
Metro and City of Los Angeles will move forward with the next steps outlined in the plan. The plan recommendations allow for responsible agencies to prioritize and seek funding in furthering the regional goals of creating a more sustainable transit system while promoting an active community environment.
Thanks to those who participated in our outreach meetings and online survey, providing invaluable input toward the development of the CIP.
The project was funded by Southern California Association of Governments’ Compass Blueprint Program.
Past Public Workshops
Corridor Working Group # 4
When: May 16, 2012, 2pm - 5pm
Where: Marvin Braude San Fernando Valley Constituent Service Center
Conference Room 1A & 1B, 1st floor
6262 Van Nuys Bl, Van Nuys 91401
Corridor Working Group # 2
January 11, 2012
Corridor Working Group # 1
November 17 & 19, 2011