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CalUrbanist, the website of transportation planner Steve Boland, has released an updated map for Metro's future bus and rail network.

The latest installment, which shows the existing system plus extensions included in a November ballot initiative, can be seen below.  All opening dates reflect those announced by the expenditure plan of the upcoming sales tax measure.

The map also portrays the system after a proposed switch to letter-based names for fixed-guideway lines.

Existing Metro Rail and Bus System

  • Blue Line (Downtown Long Beach - 7th Street/Metro Center)
  • Red Line (North Hollywood - Union Station)
  • Purple Line (Wilshire/Western - Union Station)
  • Green Line (Norwalk - Redondo Beach)
  • Gold Line (APU/Citrus College - Atlantic)
  • Expo Line (Downtown Santa Monica - 7th Street/Metro Center)
  • Orange Line (Bus Rapid Transit; North Hollywood - Warner Center, North Hollywood - Chatsworth)
  • Silver Line (Bus Rapid Transit; El Monte - San Pedro)

Metrolink/Amtrak/Regional Rail

  • Antelope Valley Line (Lancaster - Union Station)
  • Inland Empire-Orange County Line (Downtown San Bernadino - Oceanside)
  • Orange County Line (Oceanside - Union Station)
  • Riverside Line (Downtown Riverside - Union Station)
  • San Bernadino Line (Downtown San Bernadino - Union Station)
  • Ventura County Line (East Ventura - Union Station)
  • 91/Perris Valley Line (South Perris - Union Station)
  • Pacific Surfliner (San Luis Obispo - San Diego)

Amtrak/Long Distance

  • Coast Starlight (Seattle - Union Station)
  • Southwest Chief (Chicago - Union Station)
  • Sunset Limited (New Orleans - Union Station)

Under Construction/Planned

  • Crenshaw/LAX Line (Expo/Crenshaw - Aviation/Century) opening 2019
  • Placentia Metrolink Station opening 2019
  • Orange County Streetcar (Santa Ana Metrolink - Harbor/Westminster) opening 2020
  • L.A. Streetcar (1st/Hill - 11th/Figueroa) opening 2020
  • Regional Connector (7th Street/Metro Center to Little Tokyo/Arts District) opening 2021
  • Aviation/LAX Station opening 2021
  • North Hollywood - Pasadena BRT (North Hollywood - Del Mar) opening 2022
  • Purple Line Extension Phase 1 (Wilshire/Western - Wilshire/La cienega) opening 2023
  • LAX Automated People Mover (Consolidated Rental Car Facility - Tom Bradley International Terminal) opening 2023
  • Purple Line Extension Phase 2 (Wilshire/La Cienega - Westwood/VA Hospital) opening 2024
  • Gold Line Foothill Extension Phase 2 (APU/Citrus College - Montclair) opening 2025
  • Orange Line BRT Improvements opening 2025
  • East San Fernando Valley Transit Corridor (Sylmar/San Fernando - Van Nuys) opening 2027
  • West Santa Ana Line Phase 1 (Paramount/I-105 - Artesia) opening 2028
  • Vermont Avenue BRT (Vermont/Sunset - Vermont/120th) opening 2028
  • California High-Speed Rail Phase 1 (San Francisco - Anaheim) opening 2029
  • Green Line Torrance Extension (Marine - Torrance) opening 2030
  • Sepulveda Line Phase 1 (Van Nuys - Westwood/UCLA) opening 2033
  • Gold Line Eastside Extension Phase 1 (Atlantic - Whittier) opening 2035
  • West Santa Ana Line Phase 2 (Paramount/I-105 - Union Station) opening 2041
  • Crenshaw/LAX Line Northern Extension (Crenshaw/Expo - Hollywood/Highland) opening 2047
  • Lincoln Boulevard Bus Rapid Transit (Downtown Santa Monica - Aviation/LAX) opening 2047
  • Green Line Norwalk Extension (I-605/I-105 - Norwalk) opening 2052
  • Sepulveda Line Phase 2 (Westwood/UCLA - Aviation/LAX) opening 2057
  • Orange Line Rail Conversion opening 2057
  • Gold Line Eastside Extension Phase 2 (Garfield - South El Monte) opening 2057

 

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Irvine-based developer Calcagnie Group has plans for another small lot subdivision in Northeast Los Angeles, this time on the border between Eagle Rock and Highland Park.

The latest project, located at 6845-6855 N. Figueroa Street, would replace three existing houses with eight new residences.