DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES - Work continues on the Exposition Light Rail, a $930 million project that will connect Downtown to Culver City, said Gabriella Collins, a spokeswoman for the Exposition Construction Authority. An opening is expected for the line’s La Cienega station this year and next year is the anticipated debut of the Venice/Robertson station, now known as the Culver City Station. The eight-mile route will share two stops with the Blue Line and will add nine new stations. Meanwhile, a Sept. 12 groundbreaking was held for phase two of the project, the extension of the light rail from Culver City to Santa Monica. That is scheduled to open in 2015. At

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