Metro is actively involved in dozens of projects across LA County. From the conceptual planning stages to active construction, there is an approach, process and consistency behind everything we do to improve the quality of life in LA County.
Learn more about what it takes for Metro to plan, build and operate all of our efforts in this project resource section.
Bus Rapid Transit
Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) is a high-quality bus service that provides faster, more reliable and convenient service.
Early Project Delivery
Used to determine how projects could be delivered faster than scheduled, without delaying other projects.
How a Transportation Project is Planned Before It’s Built.
Joint Development Program
Metro collaborates with qualified developers to build transit-oriented developments on Metro-owned properties.
Highway, rail, bus and other projects often require the acquisition of property to expand capacity and increase service to the public.
Collaborations between a public agency and a private partner to deliver a public service, project or facility.
Planning involves evaluating different types of rail that each have different features and operating characteristics.
Noise barriers built between a noise generator and a sensitive receptor, such as a residential community.
The costs, benefits and impacts of a tunnel must be evaluated in comparison to alternatives that would build a project at or above ground level.
Station Design Projects
Integrated station elements make the ride more reliable and enjoyable.
Gentrification and Displacement
Metro is working to transform our transportation system, which will dramatically change how people travel and live.
Naming provides customers with straightforward information to navigate the transit system.
Rail Maintenance and Operations Facilities
Metro continues to expand its rail network. With new lines planned and under construction, the agency will need to add more rail maintenance and storage facilities.
Transit Oriented Communities
Metro moves almost 1.3 million people a day across LA County. Thanks to Measure M, Metro is undertaking one of the largest transportation infrastructure programs in US history and will double the size of the rail network in the next 40 years.