Final Update: Blue Line resuming normal service with residual delays thru 11:45 a.m.

Final Update, 10:45 a.m.: The investigation has been completed, and train service is being restored. Customers can expect residual delays through 11:45 a.m. as we work to get trains back on normal schedule.

Thank  you to everyone affected this morning for your patience and understanding! For more transportation news and service updates, remember to check back here or on Twitter @metrolosangeles or @metrolaalerts. 


Update, 10:25 a.m.: Authorities have released one track in the incident area, and Blue Line trains are now sharing the Long-beach bound track between Washington and Grand/LATTC. Supplementary bus shuttles are still available for service.


Update, 6:41 a.m.: Metro bus shuttles are transporting customers between San Pedro and Grand/LATTC.  Customers can expect major Blue Line delays and minor delays to Expo Line. There is no estimated time as to when the incident will clear. Please allow extra time.

If you were delayed by this morning’s incident and need delay verification for work or school, please call Customer Relations at 213.922.6235 / Fax 213.922.6988.


There is no train service between San Pedro and Grand/LATTC Station. Northbound trains travel as far as San Pedro and turn back to Long Beach. Southbound trains travel to Grand/LATTC and turn back to 7th St/Metro Center.

Bus shuttles have been requested. Until shuttles are established, please consider alternate lines to avoid disruption in downtown Los Angeles. The incident is currently under investigation. We will provide updates as they become available.

For real-time service updates, follow us on @metrolosangeles or @metrolaalerts. 


BLUE/EXPO LINE: No train service btwn Grand/LATTC-San Pedro due to train-person incident. Bus shuttles requested.

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3 replies

  1. well the train hit someone & why they pretend it was something else? We always find out in the days after. My friend was on the train she told us and she saw the body under the train, we told her to go home.

  2. It would’ve been helpful to provide this information to those of us standing at the other stations at the time. I could’ve taken the Green Line or tried another route. Instead we were left waiting at the Willowbrook station without ANY communication.

  3. What the heck is a train person incident? That doesn’t make any sense in the English language.