Metro constructed a nine-mile-long light rail system on existing railroad right-of-way along Exposition Boulevard, from downtown Los Angeles to Culver City.  The light rail system connects to the existing Long Beach Blue Line on Flower Street in downtown Los Angeles. The project was constructed under a design/build contract using state and local funds.  KOA developed traffic control plans, temporary traffic signal plans and temporary street lighting plans, to accommodate the construction of the light rail system, including the construction of at-grade crossings, intersection improvements, and utility relocation along the route.  This project included a 9-mile long Class II Bike Lane along Exposition Boulevard from downtown Los Angeles connecting to a Class I Bike Path adjacent to National Boulevard in Culver City. KOA also prepared restoration traffic signal and street lighting plans, as well as parking lot lighting and emergency walkway lighting plans on the aerial structures for the project.