Crenshaw Corridor (Los Angeles Metro) - Environmental Review Process

Environmental Review Process

The Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR) describes several alternatives, as well as "Design Options" (optional features with additional cost). Many other alignments were considered previously, but eliminated due to lack of feasibility or benefit.

Name Cost
(millions)*
Description
Project Alternatives
No-Build $0 Nothing is built. (This is required for comparison to other alternatives.)
TSM $25 "Transportation Systems Management": expanded bus service.
BRT (Bus Rapid Transit) $554 High capacity buses, dedicated bus lanes, 12 bus stations along route between Imperial/Aviation and Wilshire/Western.
LRT (Light-Rail Transit) $1,306 Light-rail trains, double-track route, 7-8 stations along route between Imperial/Aviation and Exposition/Crenshaw.
Design Options (LRT only)
Design Option 1 $11 Adds aerial grade separation at Century/Aviation, station also aerial.
Design Option 2 $16 Adds aerial grade separation at Manchester/Aviation.
Design Option 3 $13 Adds cut-and-cover (below-grade) grade separation at ROW/Centinela.
Design Option 4 $29 Replaces aerial grade-separation between 60th Street and Victoria Avenue with cut-and-cover (below-grade).
Design Option 5 $155 Adds a below-grade station at Leimert Park (Vernon Avenue).
Design Option 6 $236 Adds below-grade grade separation between Exposition and 39th Street.

* in 2008 dollars.

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