Two teams to develop concepts for Sepulveda Transit PPP Project in USA

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Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LACMTA) has issued Notices to Proceed to two private teams for the official pre-development work on concepts for the Sepulveda Transit Corridor project in California, USA. 

The project involves the development of a high-capacity transit line, which will connect the San Fernando Valley with the Westside and eventually LAX. Pre-development agreements (PDA) have been signed with Sepulveda Transit Corridor Partners to further develop its proposed heavy rail transit concept and with L.A. SkyRail Express to continue its work on the proposed monorail concept. If the authority selects one of the PDA concepts, the team will have an opportunity to submit the proposal to build and potentially finance the Sepulveda Transit Corridor project. 

The Notices to Proceed follow the Metro Board’s approval earlier this year of a US$69.9-million contract to Sepulveda Transit Corridor Partners, comprised of Bechtel, Meridiam Infrastructure and American Triple I Partners, and a US$63.6-million contract to L.A. SkyRail Express, that consists of John Laing, Skanska and BYD Transit Solutions.



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