Installation of cell service equipment and necessary maintenance work will take place this Friday evening and Saturday on the Red Line. This will require a full track closure, with bus shuttles replacing trains between Vermont/Sunset and Hollywood/Highland Stations.
Starting from Friday, March 17 at 9 p.m. to Saturday, March 18 close of service, all westbound Red Line trains will travel as far as Vermont/Sunset and turn back towards Union Station. The last stop for all eastbound trains will be Hollywood/Highland Station. From there, trains will turn back to North Hollywood.
Rail service is slated to run as follows:
- Every 20 minutes during the day between North Hollywood and Hollywood/Highland
- Every 12-15 minutes during the day between Vermont/Sunset and Union Station
- Every 20 minutes after 8:30 p.m.
Red Line riders traveling between Vermont/Sunset, Hollywood/Western, Hollywood/Vine and Hollywood/Highland can board free Metro bus shuttles, planned to match rail service levels as best as possible throughout the day. Some customers may also want to consider Line 217 or Rapid 780 between Hollywood/Western and Hollywood/Vine to avoid transferring to Red Line bus shuttles.
We realize the closure is an inconvenience for many and we appreciate your patience and understanding. Subway cell service work has been in progress for the past year and this work will soon allow more customers to make calls and surf the web while riding below ground. Metro personnel will be on hand and happy to assist at all Red Line stations impacted by the work. Normal Red Line train service will resume Sunday morning.
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