Expo Line

Expo map

Earlier this year the MTA had announced a November 15, 2011 “target date” for the Expo Line opening of the La Cienega/Jefferson station.  Now that deadline has been pushed forward several months with no “official date” announced.  Today’s LA Times article.
For us residents of Reynier Village the completion of the Expo Line Phase 1, all the way to the Culver City Station at Robertson and Venice, will be the most useful, allowing us to travel to downtown quickly.  Then the construction of Expo Phase 2, taking us to Downtown Santa Monica, which started in September 2011 and is scheduled to be completed in early 2015, will be quite a dream.  Let’s hope it will happen before we all get too old.
For more info keep checking Metro.net and buildexpo.org

Happy Holidays!

Elisa Leonelli

One response to this post.

  1. It will be great to go downtown on one fast public transportation vehicle, instead of taking multiple bus lines where you currently have to get off and transfer. As far as riding from SoRo to Santa Monica, well, I won’t hold my breath, but I’m looking forward to that too. Good public transportation will help LA become more livable, and will make downtown much more accessible to us Westsiders.

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