@metroLAalerts 5:04 a.m. METRO RED LINE FINAL UPDATE: Signal repairs completed ahead of schedule; trains resume normal operations to all stations. No further delays. Previously: Here is the announcement issued by Metro Rail operations: Passengers riding the Metro Red Line from the San Fernando Valley into Hollywood and downtown Los Angeles [continue reading]
Here is the news release from Metro: Metro to Enhance Bus Service on Selected Lines Effective Sunday, Dec. 16 Effective Sunday, December 16, Metro will enhance service on selected Metro Bus lines by making some minor changes in an effort to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of Metro bus service. [continue reading]
UPDATE, 7:24: Normal service was restored about 20 minutes ago. There are residual delays. Thank you for your patience and patronage. We know this was a tough commute tonight. UPDATE, 6:40 P.M.: Metro Blue Line and Metro Expo Line are experiencing major service delays in the downtown area of up [continue reading]
Closure of the Green Line Mariposa Station set for Saturday, December 1. Railway work will be done on the Green Line from El Segundo Station to Aviation/LAX Station, and Mariposa Station will be completely closed, from start of service to approximately 6 p.m. Regular service will run from Norwalk Station to [continue reading]
As of 4 p.m., the subway station at Union Station is in the process of being reopened. Service has already resumed for Metrolink, Amtrak and the Gold Line. The Patsaouras Bus Plaza is being reopened and buses are beginning to arrive as of 4:10 p.m. Expect some residual delays until [continue reading]
A bus bridge is being established between Union Station and the Civic Center station. Please follow announcements. Service alert updates are on metro.net and Metro's Twitter page.
You’ve requested it and we’re listening – Metro has added an additional Twitter feed for service updates addressing elevator service alerts. @metroLAelevator will be reserved for announcing elevator outages — and when they’re back in service. Along with @metroLAalerts, these two Twitter feeds are a great resource for customers with [continue reading]
This Sunday is Daylight Saving, and clocks around Los Angeles will be turning back an hour at 2 a.m. Those attending HARD Day of the Dead, don’t worry, Metro Rail service will continue running 30 – 40 minutes after the event regardless of the official time on the clock. However, for [continue reading]
The all clear was declared at 4:30 a.m.
Please see the notice below. The problem may continue until the Friday morning commute, meaning bus shuttles will replace the train between Avalon and Crenshaw. Before leaving home, please check the metro.net homepage or Metro's Twitter feed for any updates. Here's the service alert with alternate routes: Due to a [continue reading]