It’s almost time to ride the K!

The K Line will serve the communities of West Adams, Jefferson Park, Baldwin Hills, Leimert Park, Hyde Park, Inglewood, Westchester and more. Seven K Line stations will be opening in fall 2022.

It’s almost time to ride the K!

The K Line will serve the communities of West Adams, Jefferson Park, Baldwin Hills, Leimert Park, Hyde Park, Inglewood, Westchester and more. Seven K Line stations will be opening in fall 2022.

Local dancers near the K Line

Welcome

The K Line was designed and built with the help of community input and local voices to provide a faster, more convenient and reliable way to connect to jobs, schools and the rich cultural places throughout these communities. The K Line will connect to the Metro E Line (Expo), which travels between downtown LA and Santa Monica. By 2024, the K Line will also connect to the new LAX/Metro Transit Center Station, the new Aviation/Century Station and the Metro C Line (Green).

Meet the Line!

Note: Aviation/Century Station is projected to open in 2023, while LAX/Metro Transit Center Station is scheduled to open in 2024.

New Stations

Community Voices

“I look forward to the renovation of Crenshaw Bl … It will enhance LA’s transportation activity to the fullest.” 

— Arthur Long, Engineer
Arthur Long wearing a white cap , purple shirt and doing a fraternity gesture.

“I’m most excited that the K Line is going to help reduce traffic. It’s also going to help decrease the amount of automobiles on the road, which will help the environment and our planet.” 

— Makeda, Margaret and Robin, Inglewood residents
Makeda, Margaret, and Robin smiling at festival with balloons.

“We are building a movement for transportation equity in the heart of Leimert Park, and together we are creating an alternative future for our city.”

— Ade E. Neff, Owner of Ride On! Bike Shop & Co-op
Ade Neff resting right arm on bike.

“Our future will get brighter with the coming of the new train down Crenshaw.”

— Erwin and Lula Washington, Tamica Miller,  Lula Washington Contemporary Dance Foundation 
Erwin and Lula Washington, Tamica Miller in their dance studio.

“We are excited about the future, the possibilities and the new business the Metro line will bring to Jordan’s Hot Dogs and the surrounding community.” 

— Chef Jordan, Owner of Jordan’s Hot Dogs
Chef Jordan standing in his restaurant.

“It’s going to make things smoother.”

— Lisa Pittman, Nurse and Inglewood resident
Lisa Pittman wearing sunglasses and a colorful printed blouse.

“I grew up on 54th and Chesley, not too far from here. What I’m seeing now is a lot of business and a lot of growth. It’s a positive change. It’s time to invest in infrastructure in Los Angeles.”

— Tommy Daniels Jr 
Tommy Daniels Jr in construction safety vest and helmet on construction site.
    Stylized green billboard of a mother and daughter on left and stylized red Metro Rail vehicle with the message, "Go Metro" in headsign.

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