Twenty-eight by '28

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The Twenty-eight by '28 initiative is an effort set forth by Mayor Eric Garcetti that the City of Los Angeles complete 28 transportation infrastructure projects before the start of the 2028 Summer Olympics on July 21, 2028 (7 years' time) (2028-07-21) and the 2028 Summer Paralympics the following month.

Most projects are funded through Measure R and Measure M and will receive accelerated priority, though several more were proposed by this plan.[1] In December 2018, the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority stated it would need $26.2 billion to complete the list of projects.[2]

List[edit]

Under construction
Operational
No. Project Completion Originally
planned
1 Crenshaw/LAX Line 2021[3] 2019
2 Microtransit[a] 2020[4] 2019
3 Regional Connector 2022 2021
4 New Metro Rapid bus rapid transit corridors (Phase 1) 2022
5 Airport Metro Connector station 2023
6 Interstate 5 North County Capacity Enhancements 2023
7 North San Fernando Valley Transit Corridor
8 D Line Extension Section 1 2023
9 North Hollywood–Pasadena Transit Line 2024 2022
10 Los Angeles River Waterway & System Bike Path 2025
11 Los Angeles River bicycle path and Mobility Hub – San Fernando Valley
12 G Line Travel Time and Safety Improvements[5] 2025
13 D Line Extension Section 2
14 Gold Line Foothill Extension 2025
2028
2025
15 D Line Extension Section 3 2027 2026
16 Sepulveda Pass ExpressLanes 2027[6] 2026
17 East San Fernando Valley Transit Corridor[7] 2028[8] 2027
18 Interstate 105 ExpressLanes 2027 2029
19 Interstate 710 South Corridor Early Action 2032
20 South Bay C Line Extension 2030
21 A Line Signal and Washington/Flower Junction Improvements[a] 2028
22 Interstate 10 ExpressLanes/Interstate 605 to the San Bernardino Line[a] 2028 2030
23 State Route 57/60 Interchange Improvements 2031
24 Vermont Transit Corridor 2028
25 Sepulveda Pass Transit Corridor[9] 2028 2033
26 E Line Eastside Extension to Whittier 2035
27 West Santa Ana Branch Transit Corridor 2041
28 Interstate 405 South Bay Curve Improvements 2047

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c The project is not related to Measure R or Measure M.

References[edit]

General
  • "Draft Twenty-Eight by '28 Project List". Metro. Retrieved 2 July 2018.
Inline
  1. ^ Sharp, Steven (27 November 2018). "Here are the 28 Projects that Metro Could Complete Before the 2028 Olympics". Urbanize. Retrieved 2 July 2018.
  2. ^ Shelly, Susan (11 December 2018). "Metro's latest plan to get more of your money". LA Daily News. Retrieved 12 December 2018.
  3. ^ Nelson, Laura J. (10 April 2020). "Construction problems delay Metro's $2-billion Crenshaw Line opening until 2021". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 14 April 2020.
  4. ^ "New 'Metro Micro' Rideshare Service Comes to LA Transportation". NBC4 Los Angeles. City News Service. 11 December 2020. Retrieved 6 January 2021.
  5. ^ Olga, Grigoryants (17 July 2018). "LA's Metro says improvements are in the works for the Orange Line, with light rail in mind". Los Angeles Daily News. Retrieved 17 July 2018.
  6. ^ Nelson, Laura (2 December 2019). "Toll lanes in the Sepulveda Pass? The 405 Freeway is moving in that direction". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 6 January 2021.
  7. ^ "Mayor Garcetti checks out future train route through the Valley — by bus". Los Angeles Daily News. 29 June 2018. Retrieved 2 July 2018.
  8. ^ "Public comment begins on L.A. Metro's FEIS/R for LRT project between Van Nuys and San Fernando". Mass Transit. Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority. 5 October 2020. Retrieved 19 October 2020. Cite magazine requires |magazine= (help)
  9. ^ "LA Metro unveils rail concept for Sepulveda Pass project". Progressive Railroading. 12 June 2018. Retrieved 2 July 2018.