Traffic congestion on local streets steals valuable time and creates safety issues for all street users, particularly those taking public transit to get to and from home, work, school, businesses, and other key locations.
Moving More People Using Less Infrastructure
Metro has a plan to make it easier to get around LA. Bus service is the backbone of public transit, which is why the NextGen Bus Plan reimagined the bus system to focus on providing fast, frequent, reliable, and accessible service. Bus lanes are key to successfully implementing this plan. These lanes would improve bus speeds by as much as 15% or more, increasing service frequency and reliability, as well as enhancing mobility by moving more people without adding more infrastructure.
Improving Mobility in LA
The Sepulveda Bl (Line 234) Bus Lanes Project is an important step toward building a safer and faster multi-modal transit network in Los Angeles. Located along a 5.5-mile segment of Sepulveda Bl from Ventura Bl to Rayen St, and a 0.9-mile segment along westbound Ventura Bl from Vesper Av to Sepulveda Bl, the project would add bus lanes for Metro Line 234.
How These New Lanes Would Work
Benefits for All Street Users
Fall 2020: Traffic Analysis
Winter 2023: Prepare Final Design Plans
Spring 2023: Implementation
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Julia Brown, Senior Community Relations Manager