Four Green Line stations to close this weekend for rehabilitation work

Metro will be conducting rail improvement work on the Green Line this weekend. In order to complete the work, four Metro Green Line stations — Mariposa, El Segundo, Douglas and Redondo Beach — will close this Friday, Feb. 6 at 9 p.m. and reopen for start of service Monday, Feb. 9.Green Line 2

Free bus shuttles will replace all rail service west of Aviation/LAX Station to Redondo Beach. This means all trains will stop at Aviation/LAX and return eastbound. Regular weekday service will not be affected.

Construction work scheduled for this weekend will include signal system repairs which will allow for a smoother transition of trains coming in and out of the train yards.

Customers near any of the four stations can expect to hear signal replacement activity and trucks with back-up alarms during construction hours.

We know this may be an inconvenience to some, and Metro would like to thank all Green Line customers for their patience and understanding.

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3 replies

  1. Why not also reconstruct those 4 stations so that the platforms can accommodate 3-car trains instead of 2? I mean, whoever genius back then approved those 4 stations to accommodate 2-car trains only … come on!

  2. Since you are doing work at these four stations I suggest you rename the Redondo Beach station to Redondo/Marine Station which is more appropriate. That is the intersection at the station. Redondo Beach gives people the impression that the station is at the beach which is far from it.