UPDATE, 3:12 p.m.: Wardlow Station has reopened and normal train service has resumed.
UPDATE, 7:40 a.m.: Metro bus shuttles are transporting customers between Del Amo, Wardlow and Willow St Station. Blue Line trains continue to run every 12 minutes north of Del Amo and south of Willow St Station. There is currently no estimated time as to when LASD is expected to release the station.
UPDATE, 5:05 a.m.: Service to the Metro Blue Line’s Wardlow Station was suspended at approximately 2:40 a.m. this morning due to police activity. The station remains closed to customers, and trains continue to turn back at Del Amo and Willow Station. Metro bus shuttles have been established to transport customers between Del Amo, Wardlow and Willow Station.
Blue Line trains north of Del Amo and south of Willow St are running approximately every 12 minutes. Those traveling through the bus shuttle area should also allow extra time. We’ll continue to provide updates here as they become available. For up-to-the-minute service alerts and updates, please follow us on Twitter @metrolosangeles or @metroLAalerts.
BLUE LINE: buses replace trains btwn Willow-Del Amo due to police activity. Wardlow Sta CLOSED. Follow announcements pic.twitter.com/pNgFZS8LNP
— LA Metro (@metrolosangeles) April 15, 2016
Wardlow Station is currently closed due to police activity, and rail service on the Metro Blue Line is suspended between Del Amo and Willow St Station.
Bus shuttles will replace trains between Del Amo, Wardlow, and Willow St Station. Long Beach Transit Line 51 can also be used between 5th St, Anaheim St, PCH and Willow St Station to Del Amo Station. For more alternate routes to avoid affected area, check here.
Metro customers traveling south of Del Amo Station should anticipate delays until further notice. Blue Line service between Del Amo and downtown L.A. is currently unaffected.
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