Above please find video of the media event held earlier today to announce the closure of the intersection of Aviation and Century boulevards for 57 hours from the night of Friday, July 25, through the early morning of Monday, July 28. If you or someone you know is headed to Los Angeles International Airport that weekend, please take heed — there will be extra traffic in the LAX area due to the closure.
Metro is encouraging LAX-bound motorists to take transit or allow extra time if driving.
The closure is being done in order to demolish an old railroad bridge over Century Boulevard in order to make way for the new Aviation/Century Station that will serve the Crenshaw/LAX Line and the Green Line.
Many more details at our earlier post, including a detour map. And, of course, we will be frequently reminding you of the closure between now and July 25.
Categories: Projects, Service Alerts
samtrak1204 As it Stands Now to get to LAX by Merto Rail this is the trips you have to Make ( Blue Line to Green Line to Airport Shuttle )
I have been exploring future Metrorail connections between LAUPT/Downtown LA and LAX.
Airport-bound passengers would have to take the Red Line, Expo Line, Crenshaw Line, and some sort of shuttle to the airport. That’s a 4-seat ride and that is ridiculous!