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L.A. Now Live: Will a rail line ever make it to LAX?

L.A. Now Live: Will a rail line ever make it to LAX?
Airport employees get off the LAX Shuttle bus in Los Angeles. (Cheryl A. Guerrero / Los Angeles Times)

Join Times transportation reporter Laura J. Nelson at 9 a.m. Wednesday for an online discussion about the Crenshaw Line and officials' latest attempts to get a train connection to Los Angeles International Airport.

In Nelson's latest piece, she writes:

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"Now, a generation after the Green Line earned the nickname 'the train to nowhere,' planners in the midst of a multibillion-dollar rail boom are preparing to break ground on a second LAX-adjacent train that is facing similar issues — and offering a new opportunity to complete a key missing link in the region's sprawling 87.7-mile commuter rail network."

To read the entire piece, click here.

Ask Nelson what she thinks the real possibility of a rail line to LAX will be and more during the L.A. Now Live chat.

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