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Rio Hondo Confluence Station Feasibility Study
Metro is conducting a feasibility study to evaluate adding a potential station to the proposed West Santa Ana Branch Transit Corridor (WSAB) project at the Los Angeles River/Rio Hondo Confluence in the City of South Gate.
Location: Gateway Cities
Phase: Early Planning
Type: Better Transit
Forecasted Opening: N/A
Metro is conducting a Feasibility Study to evaluate adding a potential station to the proposed West Santa Ana Branch Transit Corridor (WSAB) project at the Los Angeles River/Rio Hondo Confluence (Confluence) in the City of South Gate. Based on the findings of the study, the Metro Board will determine whether to proceed into its own environmental clearance process for further assessment as a possible station for the WSAB project.
Analyses and design are ongoing for the station. Topics included in the feasibility study include initial engineering and station design concepts, study of the environmental context and station operations, and preliminary estimates for ridership, traffic, construction, cost, and more. The study is anticipated for completion in Summer 2022, with Board approval and decision in Fall 2022.