Busy L.A. station's new configuration emphasizes a more functional, safe, modern, and user-friendly space.
Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority
14.8 acre site
The Willowbrook/Rosa Parks station has the 4th highest volume of ridership in the Metro system with more than 30,000 riders a day. Built more than 25 years ago, the station will be transformed from its current outdated layout to a more user friendly, safe, and modern design. The focal point of the project will be a new Civic plaza that will provide improved access to the neighborhood, landscaping and seating. The station’s new configuration will also improve transfers between the existing Blue LRT line and Green LRT line with new canopies, vertical circulation, and extended platform. A new Mobility/Bike Hub, Park and Ride, improved bus loading bays and bringing a focus on better security with improved lighting, a Transit Security and Customer Service Center and improved signage are features of the upgrades.
As one of the oldest and busiest stations in Metro’s light rail system, this station has reached its capacity and is in need of significant upgrades and expansion. The RNL team will work with Metro and the community to design a more modern and sustainable transit center that better serves the needs of our community and our ridership.