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Green Line Extension Could Give South Bay More Light Rail Miles
Phase I would extend the Green Line to Torrance. A later phase, if ever funded, would continue the line as far as Long Beach | Map via Metro
The Westside Subway may be the popular kid on the block, but let's not forget about possible plans to extend the Green Line deeper into the South Bay. Specifically, Metro is looking to extend the Green Line 4.6 miles from its terminating Redondo Beach station to the proposed Torrance Regional Transit Center.
There are two rail options on the table, as well as looking to beef up bus service in the region and doing nothing (see LAist's previous report on the project for background information).
Metro staff are currently working on draft environmental documents and today announced they are hosting four public meetings to gather input. To go, here's the information:
- Wednesday, October 20, 2010 (6-8 p.m.) Nakano Theater, 3330 Civic Center Drive, Torrance. (Served by Torrance Transit Lines 1 and 8)
- Thursday, October 21, 2010 (6-8 p.m.) Lawndale Christian Church, 4234 W. 147th Street, Lawndale. (Served by Metro Lines 40 and 125 and Gardena Transit Line 1)
- Monday, October 25, 2010 (6-8 p.m.) North Redondo Senior Center, Perry Park, 2308 Rockefeller Lane, Redondo Beach.(Served by Metro Line 130 and Torrance Transit Line 8)
- Tuesday, October 26, 2010 (6-8 p.m.) Flight Path Learning Center, 6661 West Imperial Highway, Los Angeles. (Served by beach City Transit Line 109)
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