Los Angeles County Infrastructure Projects Reshape Region and Grow City
With a population of over 10 million, Los Angeles County is home to one of the busiest airports in the world as well as the busiest port in the Western Hemisphere. Los Angeles County infrastructure projects put the region in the midst of one of its greatest building booms, as tens of billions of dollars pour into construction for airports, ports, rail and subway lines, waterworks, and other projects.
As the city of Los Angeles prepares to host the 2028 Olympic Games and some of the 2026 FIFA World Cup, voter-approved state and local funding boosts Los Angeles County infrastructure projects. This expansion and renovation contributes to the city’s transformation and is crucial as the city continues to grow in record numbers.
LA County Blogs
What is Broadband and Why is it Important?
Getting and Keeping California Connected Most people hear the word “broadband” and know it has something to do with the internet, but that’s where their knowledge ends. [...]
Getting Around: Using L.A. Metro
Guide to Los Angeles Public Transportation The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (L.A. Metro) is one of the largest public transit systems in the country, with a [...]
Move LA’s Advocacy for All Things Infrastructure
New Podcast Episode: Talking Transit, Affordable Housing, Olympics 2028 In this new episode of The Rebuild SoCal Zone podcast, Rebuild SoCal Partnership’s Jon Switalski talks to Executive [...]