Yesterday, The Source and Blue Line passengers were both surprised to discover that planned weekend service disruptions had spilled over into the work week. The Blue Line had been closed over the weekend between the Washington station and Metro Center in order for track work to be done to tie [continue reading]
Blue Line trains are back on schedule. No more delays.
Regular Blue Line service was supposed to resume today after planned disruptions this weekend due to Expo Line construction. But the bus bridge continues this morning as work is being done tying Expo Line tracks into the Blue Line. Metro provided buses to transport Blue Line passengers between the 7th [continue reading]
Service delays on the Metro Blue Line continued this morning following construction work over the weekend by the Expo Construction Authority. Earlier this morning test trains traveling the segment from the Washington Station to the Pico Station encountered some problems. As a result, a bus bridge remains in place to [continue reading]
To follow-up our earlier posts about the accident Friday afternoon on the Blue Line light rail: the woman who was struck by the train died. Here’s a link to a story in the Los Angeles Times. UPDATE, 5 p.m. —Metro officials have the following information: At 1:17 pm, a southbound [continue reading]
Just a reminder: there is no Blue Line light rail service this weekend in downtown Los Angeles between the Washington station and Metro Center. The reason: tracks from the under-construction Expo Line must be joined together with Blue Line tracks. The two lines will be sharing a short stretch of [continue reading]
Lost in all the hub-bub surrounding the opening of the Metro Gold Line Eastside Extension this weekend is the not-so-small fact that Metro also has another rail line under construction — the Expo Line between downtown Los Angeles and Culver City. Unfortunately, that means there’s work to be done. In [continue reading]
Movie lovers and Metro riders can rejoice. The new Regal Cinemas Stadium 14 at L.A. Live is served by three rail lines (soon to be four) and over 30 bus lines, making it far and away the most transit accessible place to catch a movie in the city. No other [continue reading]