September 10: This Date in Los Angeles Transportation History

1950:  The last day of operation for Los Angeles Transit Lines‘ Sunset & Spring – West 9th Street line.

Los Angeles Transit Lines “N” Line South at 9th & Spring Streets, one day before operations cease, September 9, 1950 (Click to enlarge)

1967:  A joint Southern California Rapid Transit District– Greyhound Depot opens in downtown Los Angeles at 6th and Los Angeles Streets.  It continues to operate until September 12, 1982.

2022:  The Crenshaw/LAX “K” Line’s Downtown Inglewood Station is dedicated.

As one of three stations serving Inglewood, the station will also provide an essential transit link for commuters heading to the South Bay, Downtown Los Angeles and the Westside via connections with the Expo “E” Line.

More information can be found in the September 13, 2022 post on Metro’s The Source.