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Inglewood Transit Connector

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Inglewood Transit Connector
Inglewood Transit Connector.jpg
Rendering of the proposed Inglewood Transit Connector
OwnerCity of Inglewood
LocaleInglewood, California
Transit typeAutomated guideway transit
Number of stations3
Operation will start2027
System length1.6 miles
System map

Market Street Station
LAMetroLogo.svg K Line 
Forum Station
Hollywood Park Station

The Inglewood Transit Connector Project is a 1.6 mile fully elevated, automated guideway transit system proposed in Inglewood, California that will connect the Downtown Inglewood station on the K Line of the Los Angeles Metro Rail system to the major sports and entertainment venues in the city: The Forum, SoFi Stadium, Hollywood Park Casino and the under-construction Intuit Dome. The project is planned to break ground in 2024 and begin operations in late 2027 in anticipation of the 2028 Summer Olympics.


The Envision Inglewood plan was the culmination of several transportation and mobility initiatives to be undertaken by the City including a citywide event transportation management and operations plan, mobility plan, neighborhood protection plan, and the Inglewood Transit Connector Project that would connect the under-construction Downtown Inglewood station on the Metro K Line to The Forum, SoFi Stadium, mixed-use development at Hollywood Park, and the Intuit Dome.[1]

In April 2020, the City was awarded $95.2 million from the California State Transportation Agency's Transit and Intercity Rail Capital Program,[2] and in July 2021 Metro programmed $233.7 million in Measure R sales tax funds.[3] As of 2021, the City has secured approximately $328.9 million in committed funding for the implementation of the Project.


Map of the proposed Inglewood Transit Connector
Map of the proposed Inglewood Transit Connector

The automated transit system will be fully elevated and travel from the Metro K-Line's Downtown Inglewood Station at Market Street/Florence Avenue southbound along Market Street, eastbound along Manchester Boulevard, southbound along Prairie Avenue and terminate at Hardy Avenue. The Project will have three stations including one at Market Street / Florence Avenue, Manchester Boulevard / Prairie Avenue, and Hardy Street / Prairie Avenue. The transit system technology and vehicles are expected to be selected through a competitive procurement process.[4]


  1. ^ "Editorial: Want football fans to take transit? Build a people mover to the new Inglewood stadium". Los Angeles Times. Editorial Board.
  2. ^ "CalSTA Award Summary" (PDF).
  3. ^ "Metro Source".
  4. ^ "Envision Inglewood" (PDF). City of Inglewood. Retrieved April 22, 2020.

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