A $50,000 construction project to replace eight more Southern California Rapid Transit District bus stops throughout Lynwood is expected to start within a month.
Cracked and damaged asphalt pads will be replaced with concrete at RTD stops on several major streets, said Emilio Murga, acting assistant director of public works.
The City Council recently approved the project, which is being funded with money from Proposition A, the half-cent county sales tax for transit projects. The funds are divided among cities and county areas according to a formula based on population.
Lynwood started repairing bus stops more than two years ago. So far, 20 stops have been repaired.