A Look at the Underground Subway in Downtown Los Angeles

Mon February 20, 2017 - West Edition
Bianca Barragan


Photos by Steve Hymon Via Metro
Photos by Steve Hymon Via Metro
Photos by Steve Hymon Via Metro Photos by Steve Hymon Via Metro Photos by Steve Hymon Via Metro Photos by Steve Hymon Via Metro Photos by Steve Hymon Via Metro

The site of the future 2nd/Hope station for the Regional Connector is a huge pit right now, but there's a lot of work going on inside that pit to transform it into one of three new subway stops along a subterranean rail tunnel that will link up the existing Gold, Blue, and Expo lines.

The 2nd/Hope station will connect to that plaza by way of a cool pedestrian bridge that would offer a bit of seating and some landscaping for those crossing from the station up to the attractions on Grand Avenue.

The other stations along the Connector are the 1st/Central station in Little Tokyo and 2nd/Broadway in the Historic Core.

The 1.9-mile-long Regional Connector is expected to be complete in 2021. When it opens, it will allow for one-seat rides between Santa Monica and East LA and between Azusa and Long Beach, eliminating the need for riders to transfer between those trains as they do now.

For the full story, visit la.curbed.com at http://url.ie/11ovt.




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