Expect 20 to 30 minute delays along the Metro Blue Line this evening, particularly between Washington and Firestone stations. The delay is due to power outages caused by probable lightning strike to Southern California Edison equipment earlier today, which has knocked out the train signals. Blue Line commuters have the [continue reading]
Routine tree trimming and maintenance work will be done on the Metro Blue Line in Long Beach from February 8 – 10. Plan ahead if you expect to be using the Blue Line to Long Beach that weekend. The press release from Metro after the jump.
Repair work to be done on subway tracks at Union Station tonight, trains to run at 20 minute headways
Necessary repair work will be done on the subway tracks at Union Station tonight starting at 9 p.m. The Metro Red Line will be running at 20 minute headways from 9 p.m. to close of service between Union Station and North Hollywood Station. There will be no Purple Line train [continue reading]
Street work begins Monday that will impact bus service and crosswalks at Blue Line's Artesia Station
Beginning Monday, Feb. 4, the roadway buses operate on in the Artesia Blue Line Station will be reconstructed and a water line under the roadway will be replaced. The project will be completed in seven phases, and is expected to take approximately 90 days to complete, weather permitting. The station [continue reading]
Metro Blue Line is currently experiencing some delays due to a southbound train track incident at Long Beach Transit Mall Station. No injuries or damage have been reported. Trains are delayed up to 30 minutes from Anaheim Station. Bus bridges are being set up at 1st Street, 5th Street, Anaheim, Pacific and [continue reading]
Metro Red Line is currently experiencing delays of up to 20 minutes due to police activity at Hollywood/Western Station. Trains are bypassing station. Those en route can exit at Hollywood/Vine Station and transfer to Metro Bus 180, 181 or 780 back to Hollywood/Western. Up-to-the-minute updates will be available at metro.net and Metro’s Twitter feed.
As we celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day, all Metro buses and trains are running on their normal weekday schedule today.
UPDATE, 4:53 P.M.: Red Line Update: Trespasser has been removed, tracks are being re-energized. Plz standby for an all clear update. These service alerts were just issued: Red Line suspended btwn Vermont/Beverly + Vermont/Santa Monica due to trespasser on tracks. Use Line 204, 754 on Vermont btwn stations. Expect major [continue reading]
This year’s Kingdom Day Parade will be held on Saturday, January 19 from 10:15 a.m. to 1 p.m.The parade will begin at Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Western Avenue and travel west along Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. to Crenshaw, where the parade route will turn south. The route ends at Leimert Park, where the [continue reading]