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Grand Av Arts/Bunker Hill
A Line  E Line 
Grand Ave Arts station under construction.jpg
Grand Av Arts/Bunker Hill station under construction, May 2018
General information
LocationBunker Hill
Los Angeles, California
Coordinates34°03′18″N 118°15′07″W / 34.054997°N 118.251996°W / 34.054997; -118.251996Coordinates: 34°03′18″N 118°15′07″W / 34.054997°N 118.251996°W / 34.054997; -118.251996
Owned byMetro
Platforms1 island platform
Structure typeUnderground
ParkingPaid parking nearby
Disabled accessYes
Other information
StatusUnder construction
Previous names2nd Place/Hope
Future services
Preceding station LAMetroLogo.svg Metro Rail Following station
7th Street/Metro Center A Line Historic Broadway
7th Street/Metro Center E Line Historic Broadway
toward Atlantic

Grand Av Arts/Bunker Hill station is an under-construction underground light rail station on the A Line and the E Line of the Los Angeles Metro Rail system. It is located near the intersection of 2nd Place and Hope Street in the Bunker Hill section of Downtown Los Angeles.[1]

In planning documents, the station was originally going to be named 2nd Place/Hope.[2]


The station will be connected to the Broad, and to Grand Avenue, by a pedestrian bridge.[3]

Grand Av Arts/Bunker Hill is part of the Regional Connector project, a tunnel through Downtown Los Angeles that will connect the Metro Rail A, E, and L Lines. Under current plans, the station will be served by both the restructured A Line, connecting Long Beach and the San Gabriel Valley, and the restructured E Line, connecting Santa Monica and East Los Angeles. The Regional Connector is scheduled to open in 2022.[4]

The platforms are located 100 feet (30 m) below surface level, making Grand Av Arts/Bunker Hill the deepest station on the Metro Rail network.[5]

Nearby landmarks

The station's name reflects the station's location near a variety of museums and arts centers, including:


  1. ^ "2nd Pl/Hope St Station". Metro.
  2. ^ Hymon, Steve (February 23, 2017). "Actions taken today by the Metro Board of Directors". The Source. Metro.
  3. ^ "Regional Connector Transit Project 2nd Pl/Hope St Station: Pedestrian Bridge Option Fact Sheet" (PDF). Metro. 2014.
  4. ^ Nelson, Laura J. (March 18, 2015). "L.A. Metro's downtown subway project may not open until mid-2022". Los Angeles Times.
  5. ^ "L.A. Regional Connector project reaches construction milestone". Progressive Railroading. 4 May 2022. Retrieved 7 June 2022.