The Inglewood Transit Connector (ITC) Project will provide residents and visitors with a state-of-the-art transit connection to-and-from the Metro Crenshaw/LAX Line directly to one of the highest growing housing and employment centers in Los Angeles County, and home to the new world-class sports and entertainment destinations.
The ITC Project’s new fully automated, elevated transit service will provide a direct and convenient transit connection to the City’s new activity centers, close the critical last-mile gap to the countywide Metro Rail system, reduce vehicle miles traveled and greenhouse gas emissions and improve air quality throughout the City and region.
Connects residents and communities to local and regional jobs, education, services and destinations, and supports efforts to improve economic stability
Creates a convenient and environmentally sustainable transit connection to and from Inglewood’s new major employment, commercial and activity centers
Reduces vehicular traffic congestion on both event and nonevent days
Alleviates growing demand on limited existing streets and roadways
Supports economic revitalization and redevelopment in the City of Inglewood
Encourages transit as a primary mode of travel in the City of Inglewood
Reduces greenhouse gas emissions to help improve air quality
The City of Inglewood plans to release a Request for Information (RFI) to solicit input from industry participants; the input will be evaluated to optimize the City of Inglewood’s anticipated procurement process for the ITC Project. The RFI is projected to be released Q1 2021 and will provide an overview of the project scope and the anticipated procurement process. Subscribe to the mailing list to receive the latest information on the ITC Project.
Written comments must be received by February 8th and sent to Ms. Mindy Wilcox, AICP, Planning Manager, at the following email address or mailing address:
City of Inglewood Planning Division One W. Manchester Boulevard,
Inglewood, CA 90301