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Metro Is Betting Its Second-Oldest Light Rail Line Is About to See a Jump in Ridership

The authority is seeking funds to make big improvements to the Green Line (aka the C Line)
metro expo line overcrowding

Will the Problems That Plague the Expo Line Get Worse Next Year?

City council will give the train traffic signal priority to address delays and bunching, but overcrowding could still be an issue when the Crenshaw Line opens

Metro’s Making Major Strides on L.A.’s Newest Rail Line

The Crenshaw Line is so close—but still so far away

A Mile-Long Outdoor Museum Will Honor South L.A.’s Black Community

Destination Crenshaw is seeking local artists to participate in an ambitious place-making project

Why a Rail Line Up La Brea Avenue Isn’t a Great Idea

A rail line should connect with hospitals and tourist centers, not strip malls.

Where Should WeHo’s Rail Line Go?

It’s early in the process, but a route preference for the Crenshaw Northern Extension is solidifying

An Early Look at All the Artwork Coming to the Metro Crenshaw Line

Westchester, Inglewood, and Hyde Park are getting more than a train

The Crenshaw Line Is Closer to Opening. The LAX People Mover? Not So Much.

A train station a mile from the airport is coming together, but real rail service to LAX is still years away

The Crenshaw Line Is Taking Shape, and Suddenly 2019 Can’t Get Here Fast Enough

L.A.’s newest north-south rail is looking nearly ready for primetime

Metro’s Tough Choice: Which Neighborhoods Deserve Rail Stations?

On the Crenshaw Line extension, it’s still anyone’s guess