WARNING: STUDENTS ARE AT RISK
The Purple Line Detour is Costly, Dangerous and Puts the Future of a High School in Jeopardy.
Students were put at risk when L.A. Metro inexplicably moved its Purple Line subway 800 feet, requiring massive tunneling directly under a high school and through 70-80 abandoned and unmapped oil wells. This detour will likely disturb pockets of deadly methane gas and hydrogen sulfide, as well as costing taxpayers at least $400 million more.
This new route is dangerous, posing health risks to students and faculty.
President Donald Trump and U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine L. Chao must stop this detour of the Purple Line in Los Angeles, allowing all parties to gather information about health and safety risks, as well as other route options, and work together to address student safety and mass transit needs.Learn More
VideosHOW TO HELP
California’s Purple Line Extension Must Be Stopped (Nov 5, 2019)View
Ron Paul: Elites Should Practice What They Preach (Nov 1, 2019)View
California rail project's future in question: Former Gov. Scott Walker (Sep 17, 2019)View
Oil Well Pump At Beverly Hills High School Catches Fire (Aug 14, 2019)View
CA Public Transportation Plagued by Low Ridership, Exorbitant Costs, & Construction Delays (July 25, 2019)View
California Officials Put Residents in Danger With LA Metro Expansion (July 10, 2019)View
Not practicing what they preach (July 9, 2019)View
A state that spends too much, and foolishly (June 4, 2019)View
LA’s Purple Line Subway Expansion: Under a Public School, Through Methane Zone and Abandoned Oil Wells (June 24, 2019)View
California’s Purple Line Subway Serves as Another Example of Government Spending Gone Wrong (May 21, 2019)View
As False Media Reporting Becomes More Common, Republican Media Bashing Only Continues To Expand (May 10, 2019)View
City slugfest: L.A.'s 'Subway to the Sea' runs aground in Beverly HillsView
Metro sued again for plans to dig Purple Line tunnel under Beverly Hills High SchoolView
Beverly Hills Versus the Westside SubwayView
Purple Line faces new legal challenge from Beverly HillsView
Beverly Hills School District Wants Metro to Prove Why Westside Subway Needs to go Under B.H. High School: So Far Metro is MumView
Subway Line Meets an Obstruction: Beverly Hills High SchoolView
LA Mayor Villaraigosa Funnels Taxpayer Cash To Obama FundraiserView
How to Help
Take Action Today to Protect Beverly High Students and Faculty From the Purple Threat!
Step 1: Petition
L.A. Metro’s Purple Line extension detour is costly, dangerous and puts the future of a high school at risk. President Donald Trump and U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine L. Chao must stop The Purple Threat today by suspending federal funds from Section 2 of the Purple Line extension, giving all parties a chance to evaluate and agree upon other, safer options for the subway extension.SIGN THE PETITION
Step 2: Contact Your Public Officials
Calling and emailing your public officials is crucial. Your calls and emails will be counted, and are as powerful as votes! Use the draft message below to copy and paste into your own email, or write your own letter.
President Donald Trump
Vice President Mike Pence
Transportation Sec. Elaine Chao
Education Sec. Betsy DeVos
For the sake of the children and school community, L.A. Metro must be stopped from putting the Purple Line subway extension underneath Beverly Hills High School.
The needs of the high school (for safety and future expansion of learning space) and the needs of California (for mass transit) can both be met, but more discussion is needed among key stakeholders – parents, teachers, school board and city officials, Metro and FTA officials.
Suspending the federal funding for this project will allow for an independent review and time to bring all parties to the table to resolve this matter.
Please take action to suspend the federal funding, and take time to meet with the Beverly Hills High School Board to hear their concerns and perspective on this critical issue.
Stop the Purple Threat today, for the sake of the students of today and tomorrow.