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Temporary Green Line Closures

Metro’s contractor, Walsh/Shea Corridor Constructors has connected the Crenshaw/LAX Transit Project infrastructure with the existing Metro Green Line.

Rail service to all stations will resume at 3am on Sunday, April 1, 2018.

The following Green Line stations will re-open Sunday, April 1, 2018 at 3 am:

  • Aviation/LAX Station
  • Mariposa Station
  • El Segundo Station
  • Douglas Station
  • Redondo Beach Station

A free Green Line bus shuttle will be provided and serve all closed stations between the Hawthorne/Lennox Station and the Redondo Beach Station.

View Bus Shuttle Locations

NOTE: LAX G Shuttle will be moving back to the Aviation/LAX station starting Sunday, April 1, 2018.

Please refer back to this page for updates.

For questions or to report any issues call 213.922.3864 or email serviceimprovements@metro.net


How long will the Green Line closure last?

Service to the five stations will be shut down beginning at 9 pm, Friday, January 26, 2018, and will resume at 3 am, Sunday, April 1, 2018.

How often will the free bus shuttles come to the Hawthorne/Lennox Station?

Every 5-7 minutes during peak hours, and every 15-20 minutes during non-peak hours.

What is the bus schedule?

The bus shuttle schedule will remain the same as the Green Line schedule but will include extra travel time due to street traffic.

What buses and shuttles can I catch at the Hawthorne/Lennox Station during this closure?

  • Green Line Bus Shuttle to each of the five closed stations
  • LAX G-Shuttle to LAX (G-Shuttle will only serve the Hawthorne/Lennox Station)
  • Santa Monica Big Blue Bus Line 3 / RAPID 3
  • Metro Line 625


Via Metro Green Line Hawthorne/Lennox Station

LAX G-Shuttle at the Metro Green Line Hawthorne/Lennox Station:

  • Beginning 9pm, Friday, January 26, through 3am, Sunday, April 1, the LAX ‘G’ Shuttle will be temporarily relocated to the Hawthorne/Lennox Station to connect with the Metro Green Line. There will be not be any LAX ‘G’ Shuttle service to Aviation/LAX Station during this time. Bus riders to LAX can access the ‘G’ Shuttle from Hawthorne/Lennox Station.
  • Consider riding Metro Lines 40, 212, 312, 442, or 740 to the Hawthorne/Lennox Station and boarding the LAX ‘G’ Shuttle on southbound Hawthorne Bl.

Big Blue Bus Line 3 / Rapid 3

  • Beginning 9pm, Friday, January 26, through 3am, Sunday, April 1, the Big Blue Bus Line 3/Rapid 3 will be temporarily extended to the Hawthorne/Lennox Station to connect with the Metro Green Line. Board on northbound Hawthorne Bl.

Metro Line 625

  • Beginning 9pm, Friday, January 26, through 3am, Sunday, April 1, Metro Line 625 will be temporarily extended to the Hawthorne/Lennox Station to connect with the Metro Green Line. Board on northbound Hawthorne Bl.

Via additional transit rider options to LAX by direction of travel:

For northbound passengers coming from the south, the following bus lines terminate at the LAX City Bus Center on 96th Street where riders can transfer to the LAX ‘C’ Shuttle:

For westbound passengers coming from the east, consider riding any of the following bus lines to LAX City Bus Center on 96th Street where bus riders can transfer to the LAX ‘C’ Shuttle:

For southbound passengers coming from the north, consider using any of the following bus lines to LAX City Bus Center on 96th Street where bus riders can transfer to the LAX ‘C’ Shuttle:


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