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Latest Update: March 28, 2019

The Southern Segment of the Blue Line is scheduled to reopen on Saturday, June 1, 2019, as we move into the Northern Segment closure for four months and a shorter closure of two Expo Line stations starting on Saturday, June 22, 2019. See further details below. More information is on the way soon! We want to thank the public for their patience as we make critical improvements to the Blue Line.

Next stop: a better Blue Line.

Major improvements are underway for Metro’s oldest light rail line

Metro began significant improvements on the Blue Line in late January 2019 and will continue through to Fall 2019. Through these improvements, Metro will invest $350 million to enhance safety, increase reliability and improve the customer experience.

Blue Line stations closed through September 2019

The Southern Segment of the Blue Line is scheduled to reopen between Downtown Long Beach and Compton Station, on Saturday, June 1, 2019.

The Northern Segment of the Blue Line will be out of service between Compton Station and 7th St/Metro Center starting Saturday, June 1, 2019, through September 2019.

The Blue Line Willowbrook/Rosa Parks Station will remain out of service throughout the Northern Segment closure, through September 2019. Green Line Willowbrook/Rosa Parks service will remain open.

See map of stations that will be out of service.

Two station closures on the Expo Line from June 22 through August 2019

Two stations on the Expo Line will be out of service (Pico Station and 7th St/Metro Center) for 60-days, starting Saturday, June 22, 2019.

See map of stations that will be out of service.

Bus shuttles replace Blue and Expo Line service

Metro has designed a bus shuttle service plan during these closures to provide customers with a variety of service options during the New Blue Improvements Project.

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