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ITEM 28

CRENSHAW/GREEN LINE OPERATING PLAN

NOVEMBER 15, 2018
OPERATING PLAN OBJECTIVES
Evaluation of Final 2 Alternatives

C-1 C-3
• Norwalk-Expo/Crenshaw • Norwalk-Expo/Crenshaw
• Redondo Beach-LAX • Redondo Beach-Willowbrook

Direct connections • Direct service to 5th busiest airport • No direct service to and from LAX
in the world from all directions, from South Bay for visitors and
to LAX Airport from and improving access to over 620K workers
all directions jobs within the LAX area

Special event • Opportunity for special event • No opportunity to route South Bay
service to Downtown Inglewood trains to Downtown Inglewood for
service to new from all directions for NFL, Super special events
NFL Stadium Bowl, World Cup, Olympics, etc.

Provides optimal • Matches capacity with demand on • Overserves I-105 segment at a
all three segments cost of $11M/year ($33M/3 years)
capacity to meet
• Allows for 3-car trains along • Cannot expand to 3-car trains on
current and future Crenshaw when ridership grows or Crenshaw due increased power
demand for special events consumption on I-105 segment
New opportunities • New opportunity to provide north/ • Continues serving east/west
for South Bay south service to take South Bay alignment, which is very lightly
residents residents where they want to go used by South Bay residents

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NEW OPPORTUNITIES FOR SOUTH BAY
C-1 Provides Better Connections to Jobs

C-1 provides
connections
to frequent
north/south
service to
where South
Bay residents
want to go

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ACCESS TO MAJOR SPECIAL EVENTS
Inglewood Sports & Entertainment District

C-1 South Bay Route

C-1 Special Event
Service

C-3 South Bay Route

Extend C-1 SB Downtown
trains to Inglewood Station
Inglewood for
special events - 22 NFL games
per year
- Super Bowl
(2022)
- NCAA Football
Championship
(2023)
- FIFA World Cup
C-3 SB trains (2026)
cannot route - Olympics and
to Inglewood Paralympics
Games (2028)

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QUESTIONS?

NOVEMBER 15, 2018