Green Line rail service will be suspended between Crenshaw Station and Redondo Beach Station beginning at 9 pm, Friday, January 4, 2019, through 3 am, Sunday, January 20, 2019.
The Crenshaw/LAX Transit Project is laying the foundation and making connections for the future. In order to make the necessary connections between the Crenshaw/LAX Transit Project and the Green Line, we will need to suspend rail service between the Crenshaw Station and Redondo Beach Station.
The work will:
- Activate the rail connection between the Crenshaw/LAX Transit Project and the Green Line to make them functional;
- Begin testing trains between the two lines;
- Serve as a milestone for the Crenshaw/LAX Transit Project
- Keep Crenshaw Station Open for eastbound Green Line service only
Green Line Closure Essentials
What: Rail service will be suspended beginning at 9 pm, Friday, January 4, through 3 am, Sunday, January 20, 2019, at the following stations.
When: 9 pm, Friday, January 4 through 3 am, Sunday, January 20, 2019
Where: The following stations on the Green Line will be closed and rail service will be suspended:
- Crenshaw (Note: This station will be open for eastbound Green Line service to Norwalk only)
- El Segundo
- Redondo Beach
NOTE: LAX G Shuttle stop will remain at its usual stop at Aviation/LAX Station.
Replacement Bus Shuttle Service (Line 853): A free Green Line bus shuttle will be provided to service all closed stations between the Crenshaw Station and the Redondo Beach Station during this time.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long will the Green Line closure last?
Service will be suspended beginning at 9 pm, Friday, January 4 and resume at 3 am, Sunday, January 20, 2019.
How often will the free bus shuttles be running?
The free Green Line Bus Shuttle, Line 853, will match the existing Green Line frequencies, that is every 6 minutes in the AM and PM peak hours (Monday through Friday, 6-9am and 3-7pm), every 15 minutes in the midday and weekend times, and every 20 minutes after 8 pm.
What buses and shuttles will be impacted during this closure?
All Metro and municipal bus services are expected to operate their normal routes and schedules. The LAX ‘G’ Shuttle that serves the LAX airport terminals will continue to serve the Aviation/LAX Station bus bays. Passengers destined to LAX should ride the free Line 853 bus shuttle to Aviation/LAX Station and transfer there.
Are there other public transportation options to LAX?
Yes, in addition to the LAX ‘G’ Shuttle, there are many bus routes to the LAX City Bus Center on 96th Street near the airport. Consider taking Metro Lines 102, 111, 117, or 232 to LAX City Bus Center (also served by Beach Cities Transit 109, Torrance Transit 8, Culver City 6 / R6 and Big Blue Bus 3/ R3).
Upon arrival at the LAX City Bus Center, transfer to the free LAX Shuttle which serves all airline terminals.
For questions and concerns please reach out to us by calling or e-mailing our contact details below.