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Sepulveda Transit Corridor Project

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Metro is making strides to improve travel between the San Fernando Valley, the Westside and Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). The natural barrier created by the Santa Monica Mountains means that most people traveling between these areas are funneled primarily onto the I-405 Freeway, already ranked as one of the most traveled urban highways in the nation. More than 400,000 people travel through this area every day to commute to work, school, and other destinations along the freeway and beyond.

What We’re Studying

Metro is conducting a Feasibility Study (Study) to identify and evaluate a range of high-capacity rail transit alternatives between the San Fernando Valley and LAX, including connections to existing and planned Metro bus and rail lines, including the Orange, Purple, and Expo Lines. A number of alignments and station locations will be considered for the various rail alternatives. The study is expected to take approximately 20 months, with work beginning in December 2017 and concluding in Summer/Fall 2019. Its findings will be the basis for future environmental analysis and project refinement.

Funding

The Sepulveda Transit Corridor is part of the Measure M expenditure plan, with approximately $5.7 billion for new transit service to connect the San Fernando Valley and the Westside, scheduled to open by 2035. Approximately $3.8 billion is allocated to extend that service from the Westside to LAX with a 2057 opening date.

Complementary Efforts

Under Metro’s 28 by 2028 initiative, the Valley-Westside portion of the project is identified as a candidate for potentially accelerated completion by the 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Los Angeles (LA 2028). This project may be expedited through a public-private partnership (P3), which if feasible offers the potential for greater innovation and flexibility with reduced risk and cost.

Measure M also provides $260 million in funding for ExpressLanes on the I-405 between the US 101 and I-10. This corridor is identified as a priority in Metro’s Countywide ExpressLanes Strategic Plan.

Project Schedule

December 2017 Study Kickoff
Spring/Summer 2018 Project Introduction
Fall 2018 Evaluation of Valley-Westside Initial Concepts
Winter/Spring 2019 Evaluation of Westside-LAX Initial Concepts
Summer 2019 Study Completion
2020 Future Environmental Analysis



February/March 2019 -- Service Council Meetings

A presentation on the refined concepts for the San Fernando Valley-Westside connection and initial concepts for the Westside-LAX connection will also be given at the following Service Council meetings:

South Bay
Friday, February 8, 2019 -- 9:30am
Inglewood City Hall
W Manchester Bl
Inglewood, CA 90301

San Fernando Valley
Wednesday, March 6, 2019 -- 6:30pm
Marvin Braude Constituent Service Center
6262 Van Nuys Bl
Van Nuys, CA 91401

Westside/Central
Wednesday, March 13, 2019 -- 5pm
Metro Board Room
One Gateway Plaza
Los Angeles, CA 90012

January/February 2019 – Community Meetings

Metro hosted public meetings in January/February 2019 to present refined concepts for the San Fernando Valley-Westside connection and initial concepts for the Westside-LAX connection:

June 2018 – Community Meetings

Metro hosted public meetings in June 2018 to present an overview of the study and initial concepts for the San Fernando Valley-Westside connection.


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