Hollywood/Highland Station will be closed on Sunday, Feb. 9 due to The Oscars

Map courtesy of The Oscars.

The 92nd Annual Academy Awards will take place at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood on Sunday, Feb. 9 and Metro buses are beginning detour schedules as preparations get underway for the show.

Metro Bus Lines 212, 217, 222 and 780 will be on detour routes in the Hollywood area through 6 a.m. Monday, Feb. 10, or until barricades are removed by the city of Los Angeles. For route and stop details, please check the Service Advisories page.

The B Line (Red) will run on regular Sunday schedule on Feb. 9; however, trains will bypass Hollywood/Highland Station the entire day. There will be no public access to the station. You can use Hollywood/Vine Station as an alternate and transfer to bus or walk.

B Line trains will resume service to Hollywood/Highland Station with the start of service on Monday, Feb. 10. 

More buses are expected to detour leading up to Oscar Sunday; please visit the Service Advisories page for specific route information. For more information in general on the street closures leading up to The Oscars, check their closures page. For real-time unscheduled service alerts, follow us on Twitter @metrolaalerts.

9 replies

  1. I hoped that the Joaquin Phoenix wins an Oscar for the JOKER role he acted and it came to pass. This year Oscars is the first I really paid attention to and followed up. Well, I blog also and truly appreciate your content. The article has really gotten my interest. I am going to bookmark your blog and keep checking for new details every week.
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    • Hi Roy,

      Regular service will resume with the start of Monday service.

      Steve Hymon
      Editor, The Source

  2. It amazes me how the City of Los angeles as well as other cities in Southern California take so long to set up a event and then tear it down. One only needs to go to Honolulu , Hawaii and see how the Aloha Festival and Parade are set up and torn down within hours if not minutes. at the end of the Parade one must get get belongings and personal body together because as the last unit passes it is followed by street swipers and the police immediately. The street is then open to traffic. The festival is not moved into the street until around 4 or 5pm and ends promptly at 11pm. Again , within minutes traffic is allowed on the street.

    Yes, the Oscars do involve a lot of construction but is it more fluff than necessity? could it be achieved in one day instead of several? And why is a major Subway Station need to be shut down? There is more preparation and disruption for these events than a presidential visit it seems.

  3. It would seem like after all of the years this event (and others) have shut this station down, that there would be some type of plan to actually use the second mezz level.

    The building on the northeast corner has sat for twenty years. Develop it, but leave Powerhouse alone!

  4. Well, I sure hope that none of the participants try to ride the B Line to the event.