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Enhanced Service for HARD Day of the Dead

Affected Line: Metro Gold Line
Effective Dates: Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012 Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012
Station: Chinatown

Description

In partnership with Hard Fest and Live Nation, Metro will be running enhanced late night Red & Gold Line service on Saturday, November 3rd for HARD Day of the Dead near Chinatown Station.  

Basic Information

  • All concert goers ride FREE to the event ONLY if possessing their event ticket or wristband.
  • Concert goers should exit at Chinatown Gold Line Station.
    • From Downtown, Hollywood, or San Fernando Valley, take the Red Line to Union Station and transfer to Gold Line towards Pasadena.
    • Free parking is available along the Gold Line at numerous stations as well as at Universal City & North Hollywood Red Line stations.
  • Last Gold Line trains to Pasadena and East LA will depart Chinatown Station exactly 30 minutes after conclusion of the event.
  • Last Red Line train to North Hollywood will hold for the last Gold Line from Chinatown and depart Union Station approximately 40 minutes after conclusion of the event.
    • All further connections from this trip will be held for passengers destined to Blue, Expo, Green, or Orange Line.
  • Full platform length trains will be running on both Red & Gold Lines to provide extra capacity.  Please use entire platform length when boarding.
  • There will NOT be any extended hours beyond the regular schedule for the Silver Line.  However, Foothill Transit's Silver Streak to El Monte provides 24-hour service.
  • Public restrooms are available at Union Station.
  • No eating, drinking or smoking permitted while riding Metro.
  • To ensure public safety, Metro prohibits oversized items such as large umbrellas, tents, chairs and coolers.
  • For real time transit updates on Saturday night, riders may follow Metro on Twitter @metroLAalerts or @metrolosangeles or via text message alerts.

Last modified 10/25/12


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