Eyes on the Street: Expo Tracks All the Way to Culver City

1 19 11 ted1As rail watchers are well aware, Phase I of the Expo Line is scheduled to open later this year.  The exact date isn’t known yet, and whether the entire line will open or just to one of the more eastern stations has yet to be determined.  However, Ted “Biking In L.A.” Rogers noticed that the Expo tracks have been placed all the way to the Phase I terminus.  While station construction hasn’t been completed along the line, he notes, “I got a nice surprise yesterday when I was riding through Culver City, and noticed the Expo Line now has tracks all the way to the Phase 1 terminus…it’s still pretty exciting to see it this close to completion.”

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