The report establishes “the basic criteria for route alignment, special requirements for stations, and definitions of the first four corridors in which a rapid transit system is to be constructed.”
The identified corridors are:
- Reseda Corridor: running along the Hollywood Freeway to Van Nuys then westward to Reseda (17 miles long)
- Wilshire Corridor: running from downtown the length of Wilshire Boulevard to the San Diego Freeway (16 miles long)
- San Bernardino Corridor: running parallel to the San Bernardino Freeway to just east of Peck Road in El Monte (12 miles long)
- Long Beach Corridor: running from the Los Angeles Central Business District south to Ocean Boulevard in Long Beach (21 miles long)
2005: The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority enters into an agreement with a developer that will bring a 22-story condominium and retail complex to the Wilshire/Western station.
More information can be found in the December 13, 2005 issue of the MyMetro employee news digest.