EXPO LINE: disruption due to loss of power, no trains btwn La Cienega/Jefferson-Culver City. Bus shuttles requested pic.twitter.com/lPIruzYZW7
— LA Metro (@metrolosangeles) March 16, 2016
UPDATE, 9:15 p.m.: crews have restored train service between La Cienega/Jefferson Station and Culver City Station.
UPDATE, 8:45 p.m.: work continues to restore power between La Cienega/Jefferson Station and Culver City Station. Bus shuttles are running between the two stations.
The earlier post:
Bus shuttles are running between La Cienega/Jefferson and Culver City stations. Expo Line train service continues between 7th/Metro and La Cienega/Jefferson.
For those who don’t want to wait for a Metro shuttle, one alternate is the Culver City 1 Bus, which runs along Washington Boulevard. The nearest stop is located at Washington and La Cienega, about a half-mile north of the Expo Line’s La Cienega/Jefferson Station. The Metro 705 Rapid or 105 Local run along La Cienega.
Stay tuned to @metrolosangeles on Twitter for the latest updates.
Categories: Service Alerts
This is not related to the Expo Line, but why are trains on the Blue Lines disabled a lot? I am just curious. Is it because we don’t have enough money in the budget to fix that problem?
Two days in a row?! Would really like some follow up once the causes of all these outages are investigated.