Normal bus and rail service planned to continue today (Monday, June 1)

UPDATE, 6:35. P.M.

UPDATE, 6:25 P.M.

UPDATE, 5:25 P.M. 

UPDATE, 4:15 P.M.: Here are other alerts:


UPDATE, 1:40 P.M.:

The earlier post:

As you probably know, a curfew is in effect in L.A. County between 6 p.m. Monday night and 6 a.m. Tuesday morning —  some cities may have different times for curfews.

At this time, we will operate our normal service to help with essential travel although there may be rolling detours and service suspensions in locations. Please check @metrolaalerts on Twitter for updates or use the Transit app (available in both Google Play and the Apple App Store).

A reminder: we are still in the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic and all riders are required to wear face coverings. We absolutely respect everyone’s right to peaceful protest — and we also want everyone to be able to peaceably protest for many years to come. Be safe, folks.

4 replies

  1. @Angeleno, they did on Saturday night. Metro reported receiving complaints from stranded passengers as a result of their decision on Saturday.

  2. Suspend Service Systemwide.
    Don’t even think for a second it’ll be safe to do so.
    People can uber and lyft.

    Metro get your heads out if your bottoms and keep the public and most importantly your employees safe.

    Stop apologizing.
    You show weakness when you do.

    • What the hell makes you think they didn’t do that already? Read the news will ya.

    • How will people get an Uber if they don’t have a smartphone or can’t afford the fare?