FINAL UPDATE: The CHP early Tuesday cancelled the SigAlert due to fire damage.
Just a quick reminder: transit may be a good option for those traveling into and through downtown Los Angeles and who want to avoid traffic due to the fire Sunday night that burned two buildings and damaged the 110 freeway. Here is the latest from the CHP:
A few resources that may be helpful:
•Metro maps and timetables are here. Below is the Metro Rail map.
•Metro fares are $1.75 per trip. If using a TAP card, the fare includes two hours of free transfers.
•TAP cards can be purchased at ticket machines at all Metro Rail and Metro Orange Line stations.
•Metrolink commuter trains connect downtown Los Angeles to Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and Ventura counties, as well as the Santa Clarita Valley and Antelope Valley. Here is Metrolink’s website. Metrolink trains stop at Union Station in downtown L.A., where you can connect to Metro buses, the Metro Silver Line, the Metro Red/Purple Line subway and the Metro Gold Line light rail.
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