Red Line resuming normal service

Final Update 7:04 p.m.: The Hollywood/Highland Station is now open after an LASD investigation of an unattended package. All trains are resuming normal service to every station.


Update, 6:49 p.m.: Partial service is restored to Hollywood/Hollywood Station. Trains are currently sharing the North Hollywood-bound track at Hollywood/Highland and Hollywood/Vine Station.


Update, 6:28 p.m.: Bus shuttles are currently in service. Hollywood/Vine Station customers can board shuttles at the farside of Hollywood Blvd. & Argyle Ave. Buses at Hollywood/Western Station will be boarding customers at the farside of Hollywood Blvd. & Western Ave. Bus shuttles at Universal/Studio City Station will be boarding customers at Bus Bay 4 & 5.


The Red Line Hollywood/Highland is currently closed while the Los Angeles Sheriffs Department completes investigation of an unattended package. The station has been evacuated and will reopen once LASD gives the all clear.

All westbound trains will stop at Hollywood/Vine and turn back toward downtown Los Angeles. Trains from North Hollywood will travel as far as Universal/Studio City Station. Bus shuttle service has been requested, however consider DASH HollywoodLine 237 while routes are established.

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  1. What a disgrace! Once at Noho station at 5:20 PM, there was not one metro employee giving riders an update or informing what was happening. The red line train only went from NoHo to Universal City station where people had to board a shuttle bus to another red line station. With easily more than 500 people waiting and more arriving because other buses were arriving to Universal City station as the last stop, the waiting crowd got bigger. while waiting on ground level at the Universal City station/bay, only 1 bus showed up in more than 20 minute wait. No one waiting had a clue where to wait for the shuttle bus. There was no one to tell anyone where to wait and how long to expect to wait. Pathetic!