Contents 1 Service description 1.1 Construction 1.2 Hours of operation 1.3 Headways 1.4 Speed 2 History 2.1 Steam railroad 2.2 Early electric service 2.3 Abandonment 2.4 Community rescue 2.5 Naming and color 2.6 Expansion 3 Proposed developments 3.1 Regional Connector Transit Corridor 4 Station listing 5 Operations 5.1 Maintenance facilities 5.2 Rolling stock 6 Bikeway 7 Incidents 8 References 9 External links


Service description[edit] Route and stations of the Expo Line, relative to other Metro lines. Under construction or planned segment are shown as dashed lines. Construction[edit] An independent agency, the Exposition Metro Line Construction Authority, was given the authority to plan, design, and construct the line by state law in 2003. After construction was completed, the line was handed over on January 15, 2016, to the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority for testing and operation.[6] The line was built in two phases; the first phase comprised the 8.6-mile (13.8 km)[2][7] section between Downtown Los Angeles and Culver City. Construction began in early 2006 and most stations opened to the public on April 28, 2012.[7][8] The Culver City and Farmdale stations opened on June 20, 2012.[7][9] Design and construction on the 6.6-mile (10.6 km)[2] portion between Culver City and Santa Monica started in September 2011. Testing along the phase 2 segment began on April 6, 2015,[10] and the segment opened on May 20, 2016.[11] Hours of operation[edit] The Expo Line operates from approximately 4:30 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. on weekdays and until 2:30 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.[12] Headways[edit] As of December 2016, trains run approximately every 6 minutes during peak hours, every 12 minutes during middays, every 10 minutes during the evening, and every 20 minutes after midnight. Speed[edit] Maximum speed on the route is 55 mph (89 km/h): speeds within the city of Los Angeles are reduced.[13]


History[edit] Train in downtown Santa Monica, 1894 Steam railroad[edit] Main article: Los Angeles and Independence Railroad The line was first built in 1875[14] as the steam-powered Los Angeles and Independence Railroad to bring mining ore to ships in Santa Monica harbor and as a passenger excursion train to the beach—first independently and later after purchase by the Southern Pacific Railroad in 1877. When the Santa Monica harbor closed to shipping traffic in 1909 the line was leased to Pacific Electric who converted it to electric traction. Early electric service[edit] Main article: Santa Monica Air Line (Pacific Electric) By 1920 the line was called the Santa Monica Air Line[15] providing electric-powered freight and passenger service between Los Angeles and Santa Monica. Electrically-powered passenger service stopped in 1953 but diesel-powered freight deliveries to warehouses along the route continued until March 11, 1988.[16] Abandonment[edit] This section does not cite any sources. Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (March 2015) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) While Southern Pacific maintained ownership of the right-of-way after 1988, it no longer used or maintained the rails. Portions of the right-of-way were leased for use as storage facilities, parking lots, impound lots, and various businesses, but no permanent structures were built. Community rescue[edit] The abandonment of the line spurred concerns within the community to prevent the line from being sold off piecemeal—destroying one of the few remaining intact rail corridors within Los Angeles County. Advocacy groups including Friends 4 Expo Transit[17] supported the successful passage of Proposition C in 1990, which allowed the purchase of the entire right-of-way from Southern Pacific by Metro (LACTC). Metro successfully lobbied the federal government to use the remainder of Red Line funding for a different project to the Mid-City district of Los Angeles in 1998. That same year Los Angeles County voters approved Proposition A, another sales tax increase for transit, allowing Metro access to additional funds for transit projects. Metro then released a Major Investment Study in 2000 which compared bus rapid transit and light rail transit options along what was now known as the "Mid-City/Exposition Corridor".[18] Construction began in mid-2006.[19] Naming and color[edit] Initially, the Expo Line was planned to be called the "Aqua Line".[20] Plans were shelved in favor of the "Expo Line" designation, though the line retains the aqua color. Expansion[edit] Metro conducted study on the Expo Phase 2 from 2007 to 2009 and approved the project in 2010, with planned opening to Santa Monica in early 2016. The Expo Construction Authority officially handed over control of the Expo Phase II track to L.A. Metro for the county transit agency to begin pre-revenue train testing on January 15, 2016.[21] This phase was opened on May 20, 2016.[22]


Proposed developments[edit] Regional Connector Transit Corridor[edit] Main article: Regional Connector Transit Corridor The Regional Connector Transit Corridor (also known as the Regional Connector, Downtown Connector or Downtown Light-Rail Connector) is an under-construction light-rail subway corridor through Downtown Los Angeles that is to connect the current Blue and Expo Lines to the current Gold Line, and to allow a seamless one-seat ride between the Blue and Expo lines' current 7th Street/Metro Center terminus and Union Station.[23] Once the Regional Connector Transit Corridor is completed, the Eastside leg of the Gold Line will be connected to the Expo Line. At the same time, the northern leg of the Gold Line through the San Gabriel Valley will be joined with the current Blue Line connecting Downtown Los Angeles and Long Beach, creating what will be the longest light-rail transit line in the United States. Names and/or colors for these new lines have not yet been officially announced, but it seems likely that the current Expo Line-eastern leg of the Gold Line will become the new Gold Line, and the Blue Line-northern leg of the Gold Line will become the new Blue Line.[24] Under a proposed system in which each Metro rail and BRT line would be assigned a letter and a color, the current Expo Line and the southern leg of the current Gold Line would be combined into the gold-colored Line E, retaining elements of the identities of both current lines.[25][26] The groundbreaking for the construction of the Regional Connector Transit Corridor took place on September 30, 2014, and the alignment is expected to be in public service by late 2021.[27]


Station listing[edit] Interior of a westbound train, first day of operation to Culver City The following is the complete list of stations from Downtown Los Angeles traveling west.[28] Station Connections/Notes Date opened City/Neighborhood 7th Street/Metro Center   Metro Red Line   Metro Purple Line   Metro Blue Line   Metro Silver Line Metro Local: 14, 16, 17, 18, 20, 37, 51, 52, 53, 55, 60, 62, 66, 70, 71, 76, 78, 79, 81, 316, 351, 355, 378 Metro Express: 442, 460, 487, 489 Metro Rapid: 720, 760, 770 Antelope Valley Transit Authority: 785 City of Santa Clarita Transit: 799 Foothill Transit: Silver Streak, 493, 495, 496, 497, 498, 499, 699 LADOT Commuter Express: 409, 422, 423, 431, 437, 438, 448, 534 LADOT DASH: A, B, E, F Montebello Bus Lines: 40, 50, 341, 342 Orange County Transportation Authority: 701, 721 Santa Monica Big Blue Bus: Rapid 10 Torrance Transit: 4 February 15, 1991 Downtown Los Angeles Pico   Metro Blue Line   Metro Silver Line Metro Local: 30, 81, 330 Metro Express: 442, 460 LADOT Commuter Express: 419, 422, 423, 438, 448 LADOT DASH: F Orange County Transportation Authority: 701, 721 Torrance Transit: 4 July 14, 1990 LATTC/Ortho Institute   Metro Silver Line Metro Local: 37, 38, 55, 81, 355, 603 Metro Express: 460 LADOT DASH: D, F, King-East Orange County Transportation Authority: 701, 721 Torrance Transit: 4 April 28, 2012 Los Angeles (North University Park) Jefferson/USC Metro Local: 38, 81, 102, 200 Metro Express: 442 LADOT DASH: F, King-East Expo Park/USC Metro Local: 81, 102, 200 Metro Express: 442, 460, 550 LADOT Commuter Express: 438, 448 LADOT DASH: F, King-East, Southeast Orange County Transportation Authority: 701, 721 Torrance Transit: 4 Los Angeles (Exposition Park) Expo/Vermont Metro Local: 102, 204 Metro Express: 550 Metro Rapid: 754 LADOT DASH: F Expo/Western Metro Local: 102, 207 Metro Rapid: 757 Expo/Crenshaw Metro Local: 210 Metro Rapid: 710, 740 LADOT DASH: Midtown Los Angeles (Jefferson Park) Farmdale Metro Local: 38 June 20, 2012 Los Angeles (Baldwin Hills) Expo/La Brea Metro Local: 38, 212, 312 LADOT DASH: Crenshaw April 28, 2012 La Cienega/Jefferson Metro Local: 38, 105, 217 Metro Rapid: 705 Culver CityBus: 4 "The Link": Baldwin Hills Parklands Shuttle Culver City Metro Local: 17, 33 Metro Rapid: 733 Culver CityBus: 1, 7 LADOT Commuter Express 437 Santa Monica Big Blue Bus: 17 June 20, 2012 Culver City Palms Santa Monica Big Blue Bus: 5, 17 May 20, 2016 Los Angeles (Palms) Westwood/Rancho Park Culver CityBus: 3 Santa Monica Big Blue Bus: 8, Rapid 12 Los Angeles (Rancho Park) Expo/Sepulveda Metro Local: 234 Metro Rapid: 734, 788 (Valley–Westside Express) Culver CityBus: 6, Rapid 6 Santa Monica Big Blue Bus: 7, Rapid 7, 17 Los Angeles (West Los Angeles) Expo/Bundy Santa Monica Big Blue Bus: 5, 7, Rapid 7, Rapid 10, 14, 15 26th Street/Bergamot Santa Monica Big Blue Bus: 5, 16, 43 Santa Monica 17th Street/Santa Monica College Santa Monica Big Blue Bus: 41, 42, 44 Downtown Santa Monica Metro Local: 4 Metro Express: 534 Metro Rapid: 704, 720 Santa Monica Big Blue Bus: 1, 2, 3, 7, Rapid 7, 8, 9, Rapid 10, 18


Operations[edit] Maintenance facilities[edit] Previously, the light rail vehicles used on the Expo Line were maintained at the division 11 yard in Long Beach, California, the same maintenance facility that is used by the Blue Line. However, the new division 14 yard, located east of Stewart Street and north of Exposition Boulevard[29][30] in the vicinity of the 26th Street/Bergamot station in Santa Monica, was opened with the completion of Phase 2. Rolling stock[edit] See also: Los Angeles Metro Rail rolling stock § P3010 contract Compatible with the rest of Metro's light-rail network, the Expo Line shares standard Metro light rail vehicles (Nippon Sharyo P865 and P2020, and Siemens P2000) with the Blue Line. Metro estimates that it has 47 light rail cars to provide service on the Expo Line under the peak-hour assumption of 3-car trains running at 6-minute headways. Upon completion of Phase 2, it is expected that new P3010 light rail vehicles (LRVs) from Kinki Sharyo,[31] that were ordered by the L.A. Metro board of directors in 2012,[32] will begin operation, replacing the current LRVs in operation on the Expo Line.


Bikeway[edit] The Expo Line Bikeway parallels the route of the light rail line, and includes a mixture of bike lanes on Exposition Boulevard and off-street paths alongside the rail tracks.[33]


Incidents[edit] On March 28, 2015, An Expo Line train collided with an automobile at an intersection, injuring 12.


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