The Metro Purple Line is a subway line that currently consists of eight stations, beginning at Union Station in Downtown Los Angeles and terminating at the Wilshire/Western Station in Koreatown. The Purple Line Extension will extend the line west, adding seven new stations through Miracle Mile, Beverly Hills, Century City, Westwood, and West Los Angeles. With trains running every 10 minutes, the completed Purple Line Extension will be the fastest and easiest way to get to UCLA from downtown Los Angeles. Similar to the Exposition Line, this line will become a critical east-west connection in the city. For more information on the Purple Line Extension please visit http://www.metro.net/projects/westside/.

The first phase of the three-phase extension began construction in 2014 and is anticipated to open by 2023, and includes the following new stations:

Wilshire/La Brea Station
Wilshire/Fairfax Station
Wilshire/La Cienega Station

As part of the Transit Neighborhood Plans program, the Department of City Planning is developing regulatory tools and strategies for the areas around these stations. These tools and strategies aim to encourage transit ridership, promote job creation, enhance the urban built environment, and focus new growth and housing in proximity of transit and along corridors while protecting the character of single-family neighborhoods. Use the links above to read descriptions of each station area and download PDF maps.

To submit a comment on the plan concepts, use the Online Comment Submission Form.