Wednesday January 02, 2019
The following stations will not have rail service: Hawthorne/Lennox, Aviation/LAX, Mariposa, El Segundo, Douglas and Redondo Beach. Metro bus shuttles will replace rail service between the Crenshaw station and Redondo Beach station and all stations in between.
Regular Green Line service will remain between Norwalk and Crenshaw Stations, where passengers will transfer to buses to continue their trip.
Shuttle buses will run every six minutes during weekday peak periods and every 15 minutes during midday hours and weekends. Metro recommends that passengers allow extra time for their commutes. Metro staff will be on hand to assist riders at all Green Line stations where bus shuttles will be running.
For those traveling to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), the LAX Shuttle G will operate from its usual stop at Aviation/LAX Station, which will be reachable via the bus shuttles. Other transit options to LAX include Metro Bus Lines 102, 111, 117 or 232.
The LAX City Bus Center is also served by Beach Cities Transit 109, Torrance Transit 8, Culver City 6, Rapid 6 and Big Blue Bus 3, Rapid 3. Upon arrival at the LAX City Bus Center, transfer to the free LAX Shuttle which serves all airline terminals.
Bus service to closed stations
Metro Bus and municipal operators will continue servicing the six stations to be closed during the two weeks of work.
Crenshaw Station: Metro Local 126, 207, 210; Metro Rapid 710, 757. Torrance Transit 5, Torrance Transit 10.
Hawthorne/Lennox Station: Metro Local 40, 126, 212, 312, 442; Metro Rapid 740 and Link Lennox Shuttle.
Aviation/LAX Station: Metro Bus lines 120, 625. Santa Monica Big Blue Bus 3, BBB Rapid 3, Beach City Transit 109, Culver City Bus 6, Culver City Rapid 6, Gardena Transit 5 and Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) Commuter Express 438 and LAX G-Shuttle.
Mariposa Station: Metro Bus line 232 and Torrance Transit 8.
El Segundo Station: LADOT Commuter Express 574 and Torrance Transit 8.
Douglas Station: Metro Bus line 125, Beach City Transit 109 and Amtrak California Throughway.
Redondo Beach Station: Metro Bus lines 126 and 211, Beach City Transit 102, LADOT Commuter Express 438 and 574, Gardena Transit 1X and Lawndale Beat Residential Express routes.
Metro thanks you for your patience as we lay the foundation for the future Crenshaw/LAX Transit Project.
The 8.5-mile Crenshaw/LAX Transit Project is a $2.058-billion light rail line that will run between the Expo Line and the Green Line with eight new stations to serve the Crenshaw, Inglewood, Westchester and LAX Communities. The Measure R-funded project is forecasted to open in mid-2020.
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) is unique among the nation’s transportation agencies. Created in 1993, Metro is a multimodal transportation agency that transports about 1.3 million passengers daily on a fleet of 2,200 clean air buses and six rail lines. The agency also oversees bus, rail, highway and other mobility-related building projects and leads transportation planning and programming for Los Angeles County.