Moving Los Angeles Into the Future
Over the last 25 years, we have made tremendous progress in creating more transportation options for everyone who lives, works and plays throughout Los Angeles County. There is even more to come with three rail lines under construction and set to open in the next four years, and more transit and highway projects moving forward. At the same time, Metro is always thinking about the future. Since 2017 we have been working to update our Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP), last adopted in 2009. Once approved by the Metro Board of Directors, the 2020 LRTP will serve as a blueprint for how Metro will spend anticipated revenues in the next 30 years:
- Operate and maintain our current and planned system;
- Continue to deliver on our commitments from Measure M and R; and
- Identify any new initiatives to improve mobility and access for all.
Help shape Metro’s Long Range Transportation Plan and stay up to date on the latest project developments on our project website http://ournext.la/
The Long Range Transportation Plan serves as a blueprint for how Metro will spend anticipated revenues in the coming decades. Our Next LA* is Metro’s multi-year effort to collect diverse voices and stories throughout the region to help shape the update of that Plan.
We are listening to everyone who lives, works, or plays in LA County, so tell us what you’d like to see. Your individual voices and stories will be gathered to build a collective narrative and create a roadmap for Our Next LA*.
We have collected surveys and visited communities all over the county to develop a collaborative roadmap for Our Next LA*. We are currently listening to everyone who lives, works, or plays in LA County, to see if we are getting it right. Comments on this draft will be accepted through July 13, 2020. Comments will be reviewed and considered as part of the process to finalize the plan.
You can help ensure that Metro’s approach is comprehensive by participating and staying connected at ournext.la
Our next LA* is a multi-year effort to improve access, enable opportunity, and chart a course for a collective future, which includes 88 cities and hundreds of neighborhoods in this amazing place we call LA*.