Changing Mobility in Los Angeles – and More
The new Expo Line is leading the way in regional efforts to shorten commutes and increase mobility. It will provide faster, more reliable public transportation services and increase the capacity of the transportation system in Los Angeles County. By giving those who live, work and play in the Exposition Corridor an alternative to driving, the Expo Line will contribute to reduced levels of air pollutants and greenhouse gases, thereby improving the overall quality of life.
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For more details on the environmental planning process, view the environmental impact reports for each phase of the project.
The Federal Transportation Administration (FTA) has issued a Second Addendum to its Record of Decision (ROD) for the Expo Phase 1 Project to include the Farmdale Station with the new Dorsey High School parking lot and the modification of the Storage and Inspection Facility. View the FTA’s Second Addendum to the ROD at the link below:
Project Timeline: View a timeline of the project here
Farmdale Crossing: View details of the Farmdale crossing decision here
Community outreach for the Expo Line project seeks to keep the community “in the know,” providing the latest information and responding to questions with the following:
- Quarterly construction update meetings
- Update presentations to neighborhood councils, homeowner associations, block clubs, business associations and school groups
- Informational tables at community events
- Construction notices distributed in impacted areas prior to start of new construction and field work activities
If you would like to request a presentation from the project team, please call (213) 922-EXPO (3976).
The Office of the Inspector General (OIG)
The OIG is an independent and objective organization reporting to the Metro Board of Directors. Their task is to detect and deter instances of inefficiency, unsafe conditions, illegal activity, fraud, waste and abuse of resources. The OIG keeps the Metro Board and the Chief Executive Officer fully informed about issues affecting Metro programs and the opportunities for improvement.
To report fraud, waste, and abuse of resources to the Office of the Inspector General, you may submit your complaint in person, in writing or telephone. An on-line complaint form is available by selecting the On-Line Complaint Form button. To contact them by telephone call 800-221-1142 or 213-244-7300.
To visit the official website of the Office of the Inspector General (OIG), of the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro), please click here.
Exposition Construction Authority
The Construction Authority has a limited number of permanent employees, which the agency augments with consultants. For a list of approved job classifications and board approved annual salary ranges click here.
Voices of Expo
What are people saying about the Expo Line? Visit the Expo Line on YouTube and add your own story.