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Transit Projects in the Works

  • Gold Line extensions to East Los Angeles and to Claremont / Montclair.

  • Metro SFV Rapidway connecting the North Hollywood Red Line to Warner Center using Bus Rapid Transit opens August 2005.

  • Preliminary Engineering of the EXPO Light Rail from downtown Los Angeles to Santa Monica.

  • Rapid Bus Lines to be implemented by 2008.

  • Implementation of the SmartCard fare system.

  • New Metrolink line from Riverside to Perris.

  • Straighten and add additional double track on Metrolink Routes.

  • Improve transit stations and shelters.
Bart Reed, Executive Director of The Transit Coalition, rushing off to one of his numerous meetings with one of our elected officials to discuss important Public Transportation issues. Bart meets with Federal, State and Local elected officials and their staff on a regular basis. He attends important Transit functions in Washington D.C., Sacramento, and Southern California. Bart can be found at almost all Board meetings, public forums and other meetings that are of a critical issue for the betterment of Los Angeles' region. Bart is relentless in his quest for a better Southern California advocating the best transit system second to none and a pollution free environment that is fit to live in.

Projects The Coalition Supports

Extend the Red Line to the North and West Valley. Continue the Red Line west along Wilshire Blvd. to Santa Monica. Extend the Green Line to Westchester via LAX, to the Norwalk Metrolink Station and to the South Bay.

Provide rail service between LAX and Union Station, rail service between downtown Los Angeles and Whittier, rail service along the Lincoln Blvd. corridor, along the I-405 corridor between LAX and San Fernando Valley and rail service between Silver Lake and El Monte.

The Transit Coalition is not affiliated with any public entity or private organization.