Due to a planned rally at Pershing Square in downtown Los Angeles beginning at 4 p.m. for Trayvon Martin, the Florida teen killed in February, there are a number of Metro bus detours in place. Please click here for more information. Service advisories can also be found on the metro.net [continue reading]
Here is the latest from Metro’s Twitter account: Blue Line up to 20 min delays due to auto accident blocking 1 track at Washington/Los Angeles. Trains share LB bound track at Grand. ^ST Silver Line, 450, 460 upcharge WAIVED this evening due to Blue Line accident near San Pedro Stn. [continue reading]
Normal service is expected this morning on the Blue Line. Here is the last service alert from Metro’s Twitter feed that was posted Monday night: Blue Line Final Update: Issue resolved at Slauson. Trains resume normal service to all stations at this time. No other alerts.
Due to several equipment issues throughout entire line, Metro customers are advised to anticipate significant delays today when traveling on the Blue Line. As of 3:30 p.m., trains are serving ALL stations. Additionally, trains both ways are sharing the northbound track at the following stations: Florence, Slauson and Vernon. This [continue reading]
Blue Line: Monday, March 26, 2012: due to several equipment issues throughout entire line, please anticipate significant delays today when traveling on the Blue Line. As of 11:45am, trains are serving ALL stations. Additionally, trains both ways are sharing the northbound track at the following stations: Florence, Slauson, Vernon, San Pedro, [continue reading]
We’ll provide updates throughout the day. For more service advisories, please follow Metro’s regular Twitter feed or Metro’s service alerts on Twitter. Blue Line: Monday, March 26, 2012: due to several equipment issues throughout entire line, please anticipate significant delays today when traveling on the Blue Line. As of 8:30am, trains [continue reading]
Due to Expo construction planned to occur all day on Saturday, March 17, weather permitting, Blue Line trains will run every 20 minutes between 7th/Metro Center Station and Washington Station, and, every 10 minutes between Washington Station and Long Beach Transit Mall. Buses will be provided to shuttle passengers between Washington and [continue reading]
Metro Rail is a great way for spectators to view thousands of runners during the 27th annual Los Angeles Marathon set for Sunday, March 18. SPECTATORS: Eight Metro Rail stations are within walking distance of the race course: the Chinatown and Little Tokyo/Arts District Gold Line stations and Union Station, [continue reading]
Here’s the news release from Metro, hot off the presses: Metro will expand the operation of test trains along the Metro Expo Line corridor beginning Sunday, March 18, running trains from 5 a.m. to 1 a.m., seven days a week, on a schedule of every 12 minutes to simulate regular [continue reading]
The planned closure to build the falsework for the reconstruction of the Mulholland Bridge has been postponed. A new schedule for this work will be provided at a later date. Stay tuned.