Subregion Projects: San Fernando Valley
6, 24. Sepulveda Pass ExpressLane Transit Corridor
Adds two ExpressLanes in each direction along the I-405 from I-10 to US-101, while maintaining current general purpose lanes, to provide express bus service connecting the San Fernando Valley to Westwood.
9. East San Fernando Valley Transit Corridor
9.2-mile high-capacity transit project, 14 stations, connecting the Orange Line Van Nuys station to the Sylmar/San Fernando Metrolink Station.
10. Orange Line BRT Connector to Gold Line Rail
15.3-mile bus rapid transit line from North Hollywood Orange/Red Line Rail Station to the Gold Line Rail in Pasadena. The project could be converted to a rail service at a later date if ridership demand outgrows the bus rapid service capacity.
14. Orange Line BRT Improvements
Enables Orange Line bus rapid transit buses to bypass several key intersections to improve bus speeds and passenger travel times.
28. Orange Line Conversion to Light Rail
Converts 14.5 miles of existing Orange Line busway to light rail transit, 14 stations, from Warner Center to North Hollywood.
33. Regional Commuter Rail (Metrolink and Amtrak) Improvements
Various capital improvements to enhance travel times, service reliability and speed on Metrolink and Amtrak.
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LA River Bike Path Extension: Canoga Park to Glendale
Constructs a 12-mile bike path along the LA River connecting Canoga Park to Glendale. The project will complete the LA River Bike Path between Downtown Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley.
LA River Waterway and Bike Path: Elysian Valley to Maywood
Constructs eight-mile bike path along the LA River connecting the Elysian Valley to the City of Maywood through downtown Los Angeles. The measure will complete the LA River Bike Path between Long Beach and the Sepulveda Basin in the San Fernando Valley.
City of San Fernando Bike Path
Creates a bike path to run along the Pacoima Wash.
North San Fernando Valley BRT Improvements
Builds a BRT, route to be determined, serving the North San Fernando Valley.
Local Return Allocations by Subregion: San Fernando Valley
|City||Prop A (25%)||Prop C (20%)||MR(15%)||MM(17%)|
|LA County UA||70,434||58,423||43,817||49,659|
|Los Angeles City||29,913,220||24,812,229||18,609,171||21,090,394|