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Old Posted Dec 24, 2021, 12:58 PM
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Originally Posted by SFBruin View Post
Do we have estimates of the ridership of the Sepulveda pass line?

It seems to me that, without adequate feeder routes, the line wouldn't have exceptional ridership as compared with lines like the Purple or Red lines.
Apparently, the ridership will be between 122,000 and 137,000 daily, in 2042. I found this here:

However, I could not confirm this on the Metro website.

As for feeder routes, there are already some: the future ESFV, the G Line, the Wilshire Subway, and the E Line. I hear that there are only going to be 8 (?) stations, so bus feeders aren't probably going to be very large in the grand scheme of things.

Sincerely, a non LA resident.
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