This Weekend: Limited Gold Line service between Southwest Museum and Fillmore due to maintenance

Due to track maintenance and landscaping on the Metro Gold Line, there will be limited train service between Southwest Museum and Fillmore Station on Saturday, Aug. 5 and Sunday, Aug. 6.

Starting at 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. each day, trains will share one track and are slated to run every 30 minutes between Southwest Museum and Fillmore Station. For the remainder of the Gold Line, train arrival times will vary between 10 to 20 minutes. (Please note the schedule may be subject to work-related delays.)

While the work is in effect, every other train will be allowed through the shared track area. This means, every other northbound train will turn back at Southwest Museum Station and every other southbound train will turn back at Fillmore Station. Normal service to all stations will resume after 4 p.m. Sunday. For those planning to take transit through the Pasadena area, please allow extra travel time.

We know the work can be an inconvenience, and we’d like to thank everyone affected for their patience. Metro personnel will be on hand to assist customers at all stations between Fillmore and Southwest Museum. To stay informed on the latest transit news and service updates, please check the Service Advisories page or follow us on Twitter @metrolosangeles or @metrolaalerts.

3 replies

  1. Along with everyone else, this section of the Gold Line seems to need the most maintenance and it’s only being done in the middle of the day. Any Particular reason for that? If you happen to know of course.

  2. Steven, it seems like I see notices of maintenance around Fillmore and South west museum way more than any other section of the Goldline. Assuming that’s accurate, do you know why? (just curious, thanks)

  3. This is nothing new, there is maintenance almost every week in the early afternoon hours.