Updates: Hurricane Hilary


UPDATE: 9:00am: Normal Monday morning service is underway. No significant damage across the Metro system. Many tired frontline team members worked through the rain and wind to keep the system safe and running. Give them a high-five if you see them.

UPDATE 6:00pm: The storm moving a little faster than earlier and peak rain fall could start from now (6:00 p.m.) through 9:00 p.m. across the LA Basin, according to the latest update from the National Weather Service.

Based on this report and due that LA County under tropical storm warning, Metro will coordinate with the Rail Operation Center (ROC) and take the following high risk grade crossings with the longer gate arms out of service. Be aware that the lights will continue to flash as usual when train is present.

A Line North

  • Mountain
  • 1st & Santa Clara
  • Highland
  • Del Mar
  • California
  • Pasadena Monterey
  • Mission Meridian
  • Freemont Grevilia
  • Figueroa

A Line South

  • Alondra
  • Greenleaf
  • Myhr

K Line

  • Hindry
  • High
  • West

E Line West

  • Stewart

Signal crews will continue to monitor other crossings throughout the night.

UPDATE 4:16pm: There have been no major impacts to the system due to the storm or earthquake. We will continue to monitor the situation closely.

Metro is closely monitoring the situation with the approaching storm. We will be providing information about any impacts to service at Metro.net, thesource.metro.net and at twitter.com/metrolosangeles. Stay safe out there. 

Metro estará monitoreando de cerca la situación con la tormenta que se acerca. Estaremos actualizando información sobre cualquier impacto a nuestro servicio en http://Metro.net, https://thesource.metro.net/, https://twitter.com/metrolosangeles. Tengan mucho cuidado estando afuera. 



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