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Map of the Day: Metro Studies Transit Options to Harbor

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Metro just completed a set of meetings with the community regarding a transit study area they're calling the Harbor Subdivision. Like the Westside Extension process, everything is on the table from light rail to rapid buses to doing nothing (well, except a subway). If a rail line were to actually be put in, you're looking at connections with the Blue Line, Green Line and possibly the Crenshaw Line that is also in study mode right now. If you have an idea on how this transit corridor should be built up, Metro is accepting comments for this phase of the project until October 22.