Metro's Sepulveda Transit Corridor project will link the San Fernando Valley to the Westside (and eventually to LAX) via a high-speed, high-capacity rail line.
The rail line will provide an alternative to the 405, one of the most congested freeways in the nation.
A smart Sepulveda Transit Corridor rail line would allow users to travel from the Valley to the Westside in under 20 minutes, reducing traffic and carbon emissions.
Metro is considering six alternative alignment options for the STC.
Not all options include a direct connection to the Purple Line in Westwood Village (WV).
By Metro's own projections, a UCLA station is predicted to be the busiest non-transfer stop in the entire Metro rail system.
With thousands of students, staff, faculty, frontline workers, medical patients, visitors, and more coming to campus each day, a UCLA station not only makes sense, but is necessary to improve access to employment, education, and healthcare throughout Los Angeles.