Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority Right-of-Way
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) proposes to install new track crossovers at four locations along the Metro Blue Line (MBL), an equipment bungalow, and 27 pedestrian swing safety gates at 27 at-grade roadway crossings. The proposed project is being undertaken as part of the MBL Rail Transit System Signal Rehabilitation Project to ensure the reliability of one of the nation's most used light rail lines and Metro's oldest and busiest line. The crossovers will allow Metro to maintain appropriate headways during maintenance activities or in the event of an unforeseen incident. The pedestrian swing gates are intended to improve public safety for pedestrians along the ROW.
Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority
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