Yesterday, Metro released a draft environmental impact report detailing plans for the long-sought light rail link to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).
The proposed Aviation/96th Street Station, slated for an approximately 9.5-acre site one mile east of LAX, would be a multi-modal transportation center featuring:
- Three at-grade light rail platforms served by the Green and Crenshaw/LAX Lines.
- A bus plaza featuring 20 active bus bays and up to 18 layover bays.
- A bicycle hub with featuring long-term accommodations for up to 150 bicycles and short-term parking for 50 bicycles, as well as a repair area, showers and lockers.
- A passenger pick-up and drop-off area for access to the bus and rail lines serving the station.
- A Metro hub to connect passengers between the various modes of transportation.
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