Eco Rapid Transit Authority

The ECO-RAPID TRANSIT is Joint Powers Authority (JPA) comprised of 13 members, representing 12 Southern California cities, and the Bob Hope Airport in the City of Burbank. The JPA was formed to pursue development of a high speed, grade separated transit system that is environmentally friendly and energy efficient. The JPA consists of members along a former Pacific Electric right-of-way (West Santa Ana Branch) and an existing rail corridor (Antelope Valley Line between Downtown Los Angeles and Santa Clarita). The agency is in the process of assessing viable transportation enhancements to improve passenger mobility and accessibility on this corridor which extends from Artesia to Bob Hope Airport. The aim of the system is to enhance transportation options for riders in the Southern California region and expand economic growth.

Who are the members?

The Cities of Artesia, Bell, Bell Gardens, Bellflower, Cudahy, Downey, Glendale, Huntington Park, Maywood, Paramount, South Gate, Vernon and the Bob Hope Airport in the City Burbank.

For additional information on Eco-Rapid Transit please visit their website or contact the authority at (562) 663-6850.

Eco-Rapid Transit Corridor Map

Eco-Rapid Transit Corridor Map