Willowbrook-LBTM (30 Mins) Due to track maintenance that must be completed on the Metro Blue Line, there will be limited nighttime train service between Willowbrook Station and Downtown Long Beach Station beginning Sunday, October 20 through Wednesday, October 23. Starting at 9 p.m. until close of service, Blue Line trains [continue reading]
UPDATE, 4:08 P.M.: The trespasser has been apprehended. UPDATE, 4:24 P.M.: Normal Red Line service resumes with some residual delays. Thanks for your patience! Except service delays in Red Line service this afternoon as Los Angeles Sheriff’s Deputies search for an apparent trespasser in the train tunnel between Universal City [continue reading]
Due to an earlier fire near Barrington and Wilshire, Line 720 will detour along Santa Monica Blvd between Barrington Ave and Bundy Dr. The detour is expected to last until approximately 6 p.m. or until the affected segment of Wilshire Blvd is reopened. Here are the details of the detour [continue reading]
UPDATE 4:56 p.m. The Blue Line is resuming normal service after an earlier disabled train at Florence/Firestone junction was cleared. Metro thanks those affected for their patience. For up-to-the-minute status updates, follow Metro on Twitter @metrolosangeles or @metroLAalerts.
The Blue Line is currently experiencing delays of up to 20 minutes due to a disabled train near the Florence/Firestone track junction. Trains are sharing one track from Willowbrook Station to Washington Station. Due to rail congestion, some southbound trains are turning back at Washington Station, northbound trains at Willowbrook Station. Please [continue reading]
This Sunday, Sept. 29, the Blue Line will run every 20-24 minutes from 8 a.m. – 10 a.m. due to a planned train evacuation drill between Compton and Willowbrook stations involving Metro Operations, the LA County Sheriffs Department, and the Compton Fire Department. During this time, Blue Line service will [continue reading]
Jimmy Kimmel Live is hosting two free concerts next Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 23 and 24 (Paul McCartney and Justin Timberlake, respectively), and a segment of Hollywood Boulevard will be closed to accommodate the crowds. The concerts are set to start at 4:30 p.m. both nights. Hollywood Blvd. will be [continue reading]