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Los Angeles wants to build a new super-long metro line, a strategic project creating an alternative to I-405, one of the busiest highways in the United States. The new line would depart from Los Angeles International Airport, cross a portion of the city and reach the San Fernando Valley, running under the Santa Monica Mountains. The cost of this colossal work varies between $9 billion and $14 billion, depending on the chosen route. Called the Sepulveda Transit Corridor, it is part of a series of initiatives based on sustainable mobility that the city has launched in recent years to get ready to host the Olympic Games in 2028.

    
INSIDE INFRASTRUCTURE  05/02/2020
 
THE SEPULVEDA TRANSIT CORRIDOR: SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORT FOR A BETTER LOS ANGELES
 

A new metro line will connect the Los Angeles International Airport with the San Fernando Valley

 

    
GLOBAL ECONOMY AND SUSTAINABILITY  05/02/2020
 
SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY: CHILE’S CURE FOR ITS NEGLECTED RAILWAY NETWORK
 

The country’s is launching its largest-ever railway investment

 


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