This is it, folks. The intersection of Aviation and Century boulevards closes tonight at 9 p.m. and will remain closed until 6 a.m. Monday in order to demolish an old railroad bridge to make way for the Crenshaw/LAX Line. Those headed to Los Angeles International Airport this weekend should either [continue reading]
7:37 a.m.:The Blue and Expo Lines are resuming normal service. The earlier disabled train has been cleared and bus shuttles have been cancelled. Metro thanks you for your understanding and patience. The Blue and Expo Lines are experiencing major delays due to a disabled train near 7th/Metro Center station. Some [continue reading]
Service Advisory: Blue Line to run every 40 min between DTLA-Willowbrook, Wednesday night after 8 p.m.
This Wednesday night after 8 p.m., the Metro Blue Line will run every 40 minutes between 7th Street/Metro Center and Willowbrook Station due to essential track maintenance that is part of the ongoing Blue Line improvement project. (For more about why the work requires such a long wait between trains, [continue reading]
Here’s the news release from Caltrans; Metro is a funding partner on the project: The construction activities and closures listed below will occur during the week of July 20-25, 2014, as part of the I-5 Empire Project in Burbank, a series of freeway improvements between Magnolia Boulevard and Buena Vista Street. [continue reading]
LOS ANGELES (July 11, 2014): In efforts to help individuals, businesses, agencies and other organizations count down to the planned closure of the Century/Aviation intersection at a key entrance to the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) the weekend of July 25-28, 2014, the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) [continue reading]
The news release from Metro: Public transit is one of the best options for avoiding the “Century Crunch,” a 57-hour street closure on Century Boulevard to demolish the Century Boulevard Bridge leading into LAX during the weekend of July 25-28 as part of construction of the Crenshaw/LAX Transit Project. Numerous [continue reading]
Planning on going Metro this Friday, July 4? We hope so! From Grand Park to the Coliseum to the Queen Mary, there are plenty of Fourth of July festivities easily accessible via Metro Bus or Rail. Just keep in mind that due to the holiday, Metro will make the following [continue reading]