The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority is formed through California State Assembly Bill 152 (Katz).
More information can be found in the 1997 Metro Press Release.
2004: Developers begin construction on two residential buildings adjacent to Union Station at the corner of Alameda Street and Cesar Chavez Avenue.
The $34 million project is slated to consist of 278 one-and two-bedroom units, marking a new milestone in the city’s transit-oriented development efforts.
More information can be found in the April 1, 2004 MyMetro employee news digest.