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Friday – Monday, February 11-14: due to major Blue Line/Expo Construction, beginning at 8:30 p.m. Friday and through at least 4 a.m. Monday morning, trains will operate only between Washington Station & Long Beach Transit Mall. Trains will operate on regular schedule. Shuttle Buses (Line 801) will operate between Washington Station & 7th/Metro Center. Please be advised to allow up to 40 additional minutes to complete your trip and that work will occur over additional weekends; notices will be posted. The next anticipated weekend closure is Feb 25-27, subject to change. See below for bus shuttle stop locations.
Due to track maintenance after 9 p.m., trains in both directions will share the Southbound to East LA Atlantic track at Chinatown, Lincoln Hts/Cypress Prk, Heritage Sq/Arroyo, & Southwest Museum stations.
Please check train destination signs and announcements before boarding. Trains are subject to minor work related delays during this time.
Dates: Friday only.
Categories: Service Alerts, Transit Forecast
I was always wondering the same thing, it would be nice to have an article explaining what it is exactly that is causing the delays and the shutdown on this portion beside “Expo Work.” Are they tying in the Wires? Is there a problem with the new junction? Is there prep work for the Expo Line Testing? These are the things we would like to know and at least for myself. Love to read about on The Source.
It seems like I continue to hear this tying in of the Expo Line to the Blue Line construction work and related. How long does this take? What exactly are they doing that requires so much work??? Come on guys, this shouldn’t take THAT long to do.