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LA Metro’s K Line — The Long Awaited Crenshaw/LAX Extension — Is Opening. Here’s What Riders Can Expect

LA Metro K LIne

A K Line train passes Edward Vincent Jr. Park in Inglewood during the testing phase. The long-awaited rail line, with stations in South L.A., Inglewood and the edge of LAX, is set to open to residents on Friday, Oct. 7. (Courtesy L.A. Metro)

It took more than half a century of studying, planning and constructing (and delays), but the vision for a high-capacity rail line through South Los Angeles and Inglewood that links to one of the busiest airports in the world is finally arriving (mostly).

The L.A. County Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s K Line, or Crenshaw/LAX Line, is slated to open this Friday, Oct. 7. The agency is hosting a K Line Fest from noon to 6 p.m. that day at Leimert Park Plaza to celebrate, with food, live entertainment and giveaways planned.

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