The Exposition/Sepulveda station is located at the intersection of Sepulveda and Exposition Boulevards, adjacent to the I-405 and I-10 freeways. The station lies within an active manufacturing and commercial area, which includes uses such as a cement batching plant, lumber retailer, government office buildings, public storage, animal services, and retail uses. There are some limited single and multi-family uses north of Pico Boulevard, east and west of Sepulveda Boulevard directly south of the station. Neighborhood-serving amenities, such as retail and restaurants are mostly located on Pico Boulevard, east of Sepulveda Boulevard. The station area has a total population of approximately 31,000* and has the greatest job density of any project station along the Exposition Line. With roughly 24,000 jobs* within a half-mile radius of the station, there are approximately 48 jobs per acre.
The station area is located in the West Los Angeles Community Plan, the West Los Angeles Transportation Improvement and Mitigation Specific Plan, the Sepulveda Corridor Specific Plan, the Westwood Neighborhood Oriented District and the West Pico Boulevard Community Design Overlay District.
*The population and jobs data indicated is taken from the US Census 2010 and represents census tracts that are within a half-mile of the transit station. This data includes areas outside of the City of Los Angeles and does not reflect the exact boundaries of the Exposition Corridor Transit Neighborhood Plan area.