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The Expo Line Drops Passengers at the Beach to Reduce Traffic

 - May 14, 2016
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The Expo Line is a train service operating through the metropolis of Los Angeles that has recently expanded to add a service that drops passengers off directly at the beach, in order to reduce traffic on the freeway. The initiative is designed to help decongest the busy highway roads filled with cars headed to the beach with an accessible transit line that takes consumers to the water without having to drive or park.

Los Angeles is a popular urban beach area surrounded by coastlines that entice locals and tourists all year long. To help ease up on the traffic travelling to and from the water, the Expo Line will offer service from Culver City to Santa Monica that stops directly at the beach. The expansion hopes to reduce cars on the 10 Freeway by 50,000.