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Rider Alert: Temporary (Weekends Only) Green Line Station Closures, July 12 – October 2019

Temporary (Weekends Only)
Green Line Closures, July 12 - October 2019

Green Line Rail weekend service will be suspended between Crenshaw Station and Redondo Beach Station starting at 9 pm Friday, July 12, through October 2019.

Service suspension will be only on weekends. Green Line rail service will resume at 3 am Mondays.

Free bus shuttle service will be provided between Crenshaw Station and Redondo Beach Station.

Free Shuttle Bus will be in service during the following times: 
Friday 9 pm - 2 am
Saturday 4 am - 2 am
Sunday 4 am - 12 am

Overview

The Crenshaw/LAX Transit Project is laying the foundation and making connections for the future. In order to finalize 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
  • Keep Crenshaw Station open for eastbound boarding and westbound arrivals

Green Line Closure Essentials

What: Rail service will be suspended at the following stations.
When: Weekends only starting at 9 pm, Friday, July 12–October 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 departures and westbound arrivals on Green Line service.)
  • Hawthorne/Lennox
  • Aviation/LAX
  • Mariposa
  • El Segundo
  • Douglas
  • Redondo Beach

NOTE: LAX G Shuttle stop will remain at its usual stop at Aviation/LAX Station.

Shuttle Bus Service (Line # 853): A free bus available during closures between Crenshaw and Redondo Stations.

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