Join the Coalition to Bring Metro Rail to Mid City, West Hollywood, & Hollywood!
The Northern Extension of the Metro Crenshaw/LAX Line will create a new north-south connection from LAX and Inglewood through Mid City and West Hollywood to Hollywood where it will connect with the Metro Red Line (B)—and potentially even the Hollywood Bowl!
By connecting five Metro rail lines from the South Bay to the San Fernando Valley, this key project will transform regional mobility in the most congested part of LA attracting more daily riders than any light rail line in the nation (over 90,000 daily boardings!).
There are currently three different route options being studied by Metro, all of which travel through West Hollywood and major destinations across Central Los Angeles. This line will provide safe, reliable, and affordable rail transit to places like Cedars-Sinai, the Beverly Center, the Hollywood Bowl, the Grove, LACMA, and many more LA hotspots.
LET METRO KNOW WHAT MATTERS TO YOU FOR RAIL TO MID CITY, WEHO, & HOLLYWOOD!
As the project has moved into the environmental review phase, Metro will be hosting a series of public scoping meetings in April and May to provide more information on the project and allow for public comments. All comments and questions received during the scoping period (April 15 – May 28) will be addressed in the Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR).
Join us for a virtual scoping meeting and let Metro know what issues, routes, and destinations matter to you!
The Crenshaw Line northern extension would create an important north-south connection from LAX and Inglewood (new home of the Los Angeles Rams!) through West Hollywood to Hollywood & Highland, where it will connect with the Red Line.