Crenshaw Line Breaks Ground


[UPDATE] The Crenshaw Line has broke ground, with a ceremony officially June 4, who was invited, ???, and to make matters worse we here at SouthLA haven’t heard anything of the motions the Crenshaw Subway Coalition requested at the MTA Board Meeting.  So according to Cubed LA nothing was mentioned about Leimert Park Station, however all stops will have escalators and elevators where as the  above grade stations on the Expo Line don’t.  The Crenshaw Line will go below and above ground at different levels, still not stating if the line will be built at grade at Slauson and Crenshaw.  The train will run in a trench near the airport, and then mostly travel along the Harbor Subdivision Railroad right-of-way. The first Inglewood station will be a subway stop and will be built east of La Brea, since the Inglewood fault runs right under the boulevard.  With announcement of Expo and previous lines it really bothers me that for the Crenshaw Line, the breaking ground ceremony was extremely pushed under the carpet.

The Sources Org. Crenshaw Line Article, One of the Org.

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