Update 3:50 p.m.: Crews have fixed the earlier signals issues at Florence Station, and the Metro Blue Line is resuming normal service to all stations at this time.
The Metro Blue Line is currently running with up to 10 minute delays due to two incidents on the line this afternoon: an earlier disabled train at Washington Station (now cleared) and ongoing signals system issues near Florence Station.
As a result of the signals issues at Florence, customers should be aware that at this time, northbound Blue Line trains are boarding on the Long Beach-bound platform at Vernon, Slauson and Florence stations. Southbound Blue Line trains are boarding on the Downtown-L.A.-bound platform at the same three stations. Metro personnel are in the process of trouble shooting the signals issues, which originally arose during the scheduled Blue Line midday maintenance earlier this afternoon.
On behalf of Metro, we’d like to apologize to all Blue Line customers for the inconvenience, as crews work to restore the signals system to normal as soon as possible.
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