Inglewood
Transit
Connector

The Inglewood Transit Connector (ITC)
Project will provide a direct and convenient world-class transit connection to the City of Inglewood's new major employment, commercial, housing and entertainment centers.

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Connecting you to one of the region's highest growing housing and employment centers, and home to new world-class sports and entertainment destinations

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.

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The ITC Project will provide significant connectivity, traffic reduction, economic prosperity and quality of life benefits to the City of Inglewood.

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


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Project Documents and Resources

Click Here to Watch the March 17 ITC Virtual Industry Forum with Inglewood Mayor James T. Butts, Jr.

Click Here to Download the ITC Industry Forum Presentation Deck

Download the Inglewood Transit Connector – Request for Information (RFI) via the City of Inglewood Vendor Portal on Planet Bids

The City of Inglewood has released the Request for Information (RFI) for the Inglewood Transit Connector (ITC) Project. The release of the RFI commences the City’s formal market sounding process for the Project. Please download the RFI document from the City’s vendor portal linked above for detailed instructions on how to participate in the market sounding.

You must be a registered Vendor on Planet Bids to download the RFI.

The Draft EIR has been released and is available for public review as of December 23, 2020.

The official comment period ended February 8, 2021. However, questions or comments may still be sent (but will not be entered into the record) to Ms. Mindy Wilcox, AICP, Planning Manager, at the following email address or mailing address:

City of Inglewood Planning Division One W. Manchester Boulevard,
4th Floor
Inglewood, CA 90301

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