Bus detours on Sunday due to half-marathon in Los Angeles

The Rock & Roll Half Marathon to be held Sunday, October 24, will start in Griffith Park and will take runners past the Silverlake Reservoir, down Sunset Boulevard, along the edge of Echo Park Lake, and finishes at L.A. LIVE in downtown Los Angeles. The closure of streets and detours will begin around 6 a.m.

Metro Bus Lines to be impacted by the Rock & Roll Half Marathon will be 2, 4, 10, 14, 16, 18, 20, 26, 28, 37, 48, 51, 53, 55, 60, 62, 66, 70, 71, 78, 79, 81, 83, 90, 91, 92, 94, 96, 200, 201, 439, 442, 445, 460, 485, 487, 603, 770, and 910.

In addition, the shuttle buses on the Blue Line bus bridge in effect this weekend won’t stop at 7th St/Metro Center on Sunday but will continue to Pershing Square Station from 5 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Metro Bus service will return to regular service as soon as the streets are reopened. For more information on detours and delays, Metro will tweet the information on http://twitter.com/metroLAalerts. For alerts and general Metro information, go to http://twitter.com/metrolosangeles.

Metro apologizes for any inconvenience and recommends patrons plan ahead if traveling through this area. For information on Metro Bus and Rail services, visit the Metro Trip Planner at www.metro.net or call 1 (800) COMMUTE.

Categories: Service Alerts

3 replies

  1. I find this release to be missing information. I also think that it is presumptuous to assume that everybody that needs the bus service to also have access to twitter to “check for updates”.
    Please realize that you are the custodians of the public transportation trust and slipshode press releases cuase people that work extra hardships that are avoidable with careful forthought and courtesy. I have seen the map of the route and I would like to know what are the delays for the 720 route. I work at a hospital and I use your “service”.

  2. I think it was pretty poor planning to not have the Blue Line when (1) there was a huge event like this at LA Live/Convention Center, and (2) When that event prevented any alternatives from operating in the area. What better advertisement for Metro could there possibly be than to be able to say “Hey! We’re still running when the roads are otherwise closed!”