With the recent announcement that Los Angeles will host the 2028 Summer Olympics, public agencies are envisioning what our region will look like just over a decade from now.

If you are living in West Hollywood and want to get to any of the venues by public transit during the Games, well, not much will have changed.

According to a recent Metro blog post on what the system will look like in 2028, the Northern Extension of the Crenshaw/LAX line to Hollywood and Highland won't be completed for another 30 years–in 2047.

The projects that will be completed? The Purple Line to Fairfax and Wilshire, The Crenshaw Line to LAX, the Downtown Regional Connector and a North Hollywood to Burbank to Pasadena Orange Line extension should make it easier to get from The Grove to about a mile away from the new stadium in Inglewood.

What should be more concerning to West Hollywood officials, however, is that the new Metro Map suggests a future alignment for the route along La Brea–foregoing City leaders' visions for a San Vicente/Santa Monica route.