Portion of Metro C Line Suspended This Weekend For System Upgrades

LOS ANGELES (CNS) - A portion of rail service on the Metro C (Green) Line will be temporarily suspended between Willowbrook/Rosa Parks and Crenshaw stations starting tonight and through the weekend for crews to do system upgrade work.

The closure will begin at 9 p.m Friday. and conclude at the end of service on Sunday, according to Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority officials. Shuttle bus service will replace rail service at:

-- Willowbrook/Rosa Parks Station;

-- Avalon Station;

-- Harbor Freeway Station;

-- Vermont/Athens Station; and

-- Crenshaw Station.

Shuttles will run on the same schedule as the trains and provide service every 15 minutes from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and every 15 minutes all other times, officials said. Passengers should allow extra time for delays on their commute.

C (Green) Line service will operate normally between Norwalk and Willowbrook/Rosa Parks stations and from Crenshaw to Redondo Beach stations. The LAX Shuttle G, which is operated by the Los Angeles World Airports, will also run on a normal schedule and stop at Aviation/LAX Station.

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