Metro's Crenshaw/LAX Line has been underway since 2014, and while we've seen brief glimpses of construction work on the some of the light rail line's eight future stations, we are now getting a look at shiny new renderings for three of the stops along the route: the Aviation/Century stop, the Leimert Park station, and the Downtown Inglewood one (which wouldn't be too far from the coming NFL stadium), all via The Source. The Leimert Park station is one of the three underground stations on the line (Expo/Martin Luther King, Jr. and Expo/Crenshaw are the other two), so the renderings offer a look at how the line will look both above and below ground.
The line is expected to open in 2019, and will eventually connect to LAX and its terminals, rental car center, and transportation hub via the Aviation/96th Street station (a late addition to the station lineup), with the help of a fancy people mover.
· New renderings of three Crenshaw/LAX Line stations [The Source]
· Here's the Mindblowing Plan to Un-Fuck LAX Transportation [Curbed LA]