There will be no Blue Line service in downtown Los Angeles between the Washington station and 7th/Metro Center on the next two weekends from 9 p.m. Friday night through early Monday morning. Buses will instead run between the Washington and 7th/Metro stops. The service disruption is due to ongoing work [continue reading]
The situation involving the Gold Line’s Allen station and the maintenance yard have been resolved and regular service is back up and running.
Police are investigating a suspicious package at the station and a bus bridge has been requested to run between the Lake and Sierra Madre Villa stations. There are also service disruptions on the Gold Line between Chinatown and Lincoln Heights. The best way to receive live updates is to follow [continue reading]
You might think you have until Sunday to diet into that gown or tux for the Academy Awards but Metro’s already getting ready. The red carpet in front of the Kodak Theatre will be installed tonight, starting at 10 p.m. or so … which means that buses normally cruising Hollywood Boulevard between Highland and LaBrea [continue reading]
More work needs to be done to tie the Expo Line and Blue Line together in downtown Los Angeles. The tracks from the two lines will merge at Washington and Flower. That means that work needs to be done and there will be delays up to 30 minutes on Blue [continue reading]
Posted after the jump are the latest on 405 lane closures as part of the project to build a northbound carpool lane between the Santa Monica and Ventura freeways. Tonight’s feature attraction is a full-lane closure between Getty Center Drive and Greenleaf Street. Just a heads up: the closures on [continue reading]
A pedestrian was hit and killed by a southbound Blue Line light rail train about 4 p.m. Friday afternoon at the Century Boulevard crossing, according to Metro officials. The incident is under investigation. Trains are single-tracking around the accident site and Blue Line passengers should expect 20-minute delays. UPDATE: Regular [continue reading]
All Metro buses and Metro Rail trains, including the Red Line, Purple Line, Blue Line, Green Line and Gold Line, will operate on a regular schedule on Presidents’ Day, Monday, Feb. 15. As always, you can check the routes and schedules on the trip planner at www.metro.net or call 1-800-COMMUTE.
Beginning Feb. 22, the elevator at the Slauson station on the Blue Line will be out of service for repair work and isn’t scheduled to reopen until early April. The station is elevated and the elevator is the only way for folks who use wheelchairs to access the train platform. [continue reading]
Full service on the Green Line has been restored at 4:21 p.m. Bus bridge to shuttle passengers has been discontinued. Both tracks lost power between Lakewood and Long Beach stations earlier in the afternoon.