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Crenshaw Maintenance Facility Site Open House

Crenshaw/LAX Transit Corridor Project Station Area Planning Workshops/Project Update Meetings

On Thursday night, November 18, the Crenshaw/LAX Transit Corridor team successfully completed the last in a series of six Station Area Workshops/Project Update Meetings. Over 340 community members attended the meetings, including elected officials and their representatives. Participants received a project status report, specific information from previous workshops on station planning, and current design efforts in the different corridor segments. Community members then engaged in interactive group discussions focusing on station area planning, landscape design, urban design and station art opportunities. We also provided participants with updates on the maintenance facility planning process, a summary evaluation of the four candidate sites selected for environmental review, and notification of the upcoming Maintenance Facility Site Open House scheduled for December 1, 2010 in Hawthorne.

Community input gathered at the workshops will be used in the development of preliminary engineering and urban design plans. We will continue our ongoing community outreach and project communication efforts. For more information on the Crenshaw/LAX Transit Corridor, visit: http://www.metro.net/projects/crenshaw_corridor/

Be sure to provide any comments you have on bicycle parking or bicycle access.  Please contact the project team members listed on the Metro site.

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