The lots are about a block from a Crenshaw Line station slated to open next year.
Hussle "spent his resources and his life giving back to the community."
A northern extension of the Crenshaw Line could draw more riders than Boston’s Green Line—but will it take three decades to build?
The two lines will link up once the Crenshaw Line opens
Fresh renderings show where rail and the people mover will meet.
If voters repeal the gas tax in November, it would delay other big projects too.
Will the train’s fall 2019 opening be delayed?
It would also connect the Forum and a proposed Clippers arena.
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The project would replace a Crenshaw Boulevard auto shop with 111 units of housing.
Here’s a sneak a peek at a new mosaic that will adorn the Martin Luther King Jr. station.
It’s embracing dense, mixed-use housing and is calling for an arts hub around one of the Crenshaw Line stops.
Metro and LA County would team up with developer Watt Companies to bring almost 500 apartments to a very transit-friendly site.
Come 2019, you’ll be able to hop on the train here.
The new light rail line will open in 2019, changing communities from Leimert Park to Inglewood—for better or worse.
Workers digging for the upcoming Crenshaw Line made the discovery. The ancient sloth would have weighed some 1,500 pounds and roamed the land that became LA thousands of years ago.
There’s been a lot of focus on the underground tunnels for the project, but it’s exciting to see the line’s bridges are taking shape, too.
The drilling operation was an extraordinary undertaking. The 950-ton, 21-foot tall machine drilled for 11 months to build two tunnels for LA’s new light rail line.
A new flyover video offers an easy way to visualize where the future light rail line will go and how it will fit into the neighborhoods it traverses when it opens in 2019.
The county is considering asking private developers for proposals at three project sites near two stations—Expo/Crenshaw and Fairview Heights.
Harriet, the tunnel boring machine drilling away at the future Crenshaw/LAX line, completed her journey through Leimert Park today and Metro has released some striking—and kind of terrifying—photos of the event.
WeHo is putting pressure on Metro about possible route options for a light rail extension. The project, which was initially projected to start construction in 2041, would be funded in part with revenue from Measure M, if it passes in November.
Harriet the Tunnel Boring Machine breaks through to the future Martin Luther King Jr. light rail station at the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza shopping center. Now it moves south to Leimart Park, the second stop on the future Crenshaw line.
Metro threw a party in Leimert Park Saturday to celebrate progress on the much-anticipated new rail line that will finally connect LAX to the rest of the area's growing transit network. It's one of a few parties Metro has been throwing lately.
Super-cool video of Harriet, the machine that will dig a tunnel from Crenshaw to Leimert Park.