Expo Line: More to Explore, Opens to Santa Monica May 20

Opening Ceremony
If you want to see Expo Train break through ribbon be at 5th and Colorado at 9:45am 

Expo Line to Santa Monica
Fact Sheet

project overview
Metro’s Expo Line to Santa Monica opens on May 20th, with seven new stations and 6.6 miles of rail. The $1.5 billion light rail to the Paci c Ocean extends from the existing Expo Line Culver City station to Downtown Santa Monica station, linking Westside neighborhoods and expanding the Metro Rail system to over 100 miles. Connecting Downtown LA to Downtown Santa Monica, the Expo Line is sustainable, cost effective, and a great alternative to the gridlock on the I-10 freeway.

project at a glance
>  Extends from existing Expo Line Culver City station to Downtown Santa Monica station, adding 6.6 miles of new rail
>  Direct access to the Paci c Ocean
>  Expands Metro Rail system to over 100 miles
> Approximate 46-minute* ride from Downtown LA toDowntown Santa Monica
> Three new Park & Ride Lots (fees will apply) > Extensive Bike Path
> Bike racks and bike lockers
> All new stations feature public artworks

7 new stations
> Palms
> Westwood/Rancho Park
> Expo/Sepulveda > Expo/Bundy
> 26th St/Bergamot > 17th St/SMC
> Downtown Santa Monica

*Data from nal environmental impact report, December 2005.

Expo II station map

Click map for train schedule

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