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Last December, the Metro Board of Directors certified the final environmental impact report for the proposed 96th Street Transit Station, which will create the long-sought rail link to LAX by connecting the Green and Crenshaw/LAX lines to a future automated people mover.

The $600-million project will span across 9.5-acre site located one mile east of the LAX central terminal area, with plans calling for three light rail platforms, a bus plaza, a bicycle hub and passenger pick-up and drop-off areas.  An opening date is expected sometime between 2021 and 2023.

New renderings for the project have now emerged through a Metro presentation posted to r/LosAngeles.  See them below.

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20 Townhomes Planned in Inglewood

The project would rise from an L-shaped site near La Brea Avenue.
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In Inglewood, a local developer has filed plans to construct townhomes just west of La Brea Avenue. The proposed development, slated for an L-shaped property at 113-133 W. Plymouth Street, would replace 11 existing single-family residences with 20 three-story townhomes above a basement parking garage.