A new $100 million train line is being developed from downtown Los Angeles to downtown San Francisco.
The new rail line will extend a route through the historic downtown area and is expected to reduce congestion.
The train will run on a new line that will extend from the city’s central business district, which will eventually connect to the downtown L.A. Riverfront district.
It will run in conjunction with an existing streetcar system that is expected by 2020.
This rail line is expected be completed by 2022.
As the line is built, the first phase will include the construction of the new rail and a new station.
The station is expected in the next decade.
At the same time, the city is working to modernize its transportation system to reduce the amount of traffic and noise.
After the completion of the train, the new system will connect to existing commuter rail lines and will eventually be extended to the West Coast.
Here’s a look at what you need to know about the new line.
The line will be built over the next three decades, from its current terminus on Interstate 405 to its eventual destination in the West Valley.
The line is anticipated to be complete by 2032.
Los Angeles is currently home to the world’s largest population, and the city already has a subway system that runs for almost half a century.
Although the new train line will cost about $200 million, the cost of the entire line could be $100 billion.
The train will be expected to cut congestion on the region’s main thoroughfares and create jobs for hundreds of thousands of people.
There will be several stops along the new route.
One is located at the corner of Ninth Street and Broadway in downtown San Jose.
Another stop is located on the northern edge of downtown Santa Monica, about 20 miles from the Santa Monica Airport.
And a third stop is in the city of Alhambra, just south of downtown Los Feliz.
Transit experts say this rail line, along with other transit projects, will save the region about a billion dollars in annual fuel costs.
For example, this rail will save Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer from spending $20 million a year on its light rail system.
And, it could save Metro from paying $20,000 to $40,000 a year to run a line between downtown and the downtown LA region, according to a report released by the Los Angeles Department of Transportation in March 2017.