Metro has released new timelines for several transit projects that could change the way you commute around Los Angeles. The problem is, there aren’t enough of them. And the ones they do have could take decades to finish.
Expo Line to Santa Monica? Not until 2015.
It could be 2018 before the Green Line reaches LAX.
The Purple Line won’t reach Westwood until 2032.
The Valley won’t be able to catch anything except the 405 to the Westside until 2038.
It is refreshing to see Metro putting everything on the table for us to see. But this sure isn’t going to feed the millions of people coming over for dinner. Shouldn’t someone start cooking a little faster?
Consider: Construction began on The New York City subway in 1900. Less than five years later, 21 miles of tunnels and 58 miles of track were completed.