A map of the six train lines (Metro Rail) and two rapid bus lines (Metro Liner) in the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority system. There are a red line and a purple line going from east to west in the upper part of the map and a gold line in the northeast corner. There is a blue line going from north to south in the middle of the map, a pink line in the southwest corner, and a green line going from east to west near the bottom.
The current Los Angeles Metro Rail system map, including its six rail lines and two Metro Busway bus rapid transit lines.

The Los Angeles Metro Rail is an urban rail transit system in Los Angeles County, California, operated by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LACMTA or Metro). The system includes 101 metro stations with two rapid transit (known locally as a subway) and four light rail lines, covering 109 miles (175 km) of route service.[1] In 2019, the Metro Rail system served an average 295,889 passengers each weekday, totaling 93.2 million passengers in the calendar year.[2] Metro Rail is one of the largest rapid transit and light rail systems in the United States by ridership.[3] The system is complemented by two Metro Busway bus rapid transit lines.

History

Metro Rail began service on July 14, 1990, when the light rail Blue Line opened between Pico and Anaheim stations;[4] the line was extended to Downtown Long Beach and Pacific Avenue stations on September 1.[5] The Blue Line was extended one stop northward from Pico to 7th Street/Metro Center on February 15, 1991.[6] The next Metro Rail line, the rapid transit Red Line, opened on January 30, 1993, between Union Station and Westlake/​MacArthur Park station.[7] The light rail Green Line, the system's third line, opened on August 12, 1995 from Norwalk to Redondo Beach stations.[8] Metro Rail's next expansion occurred on May 22, 1996, when the Red Line expanded westward from Westlake/MacArthur Park to Wilshire/Western stations.[9] The Red Line expanded again on June 12, 1999, with a branch from Wilshire/Vermont to Hollywood/Vine stations.[10] The final section of the Red Line opened on June 24, 2000, from Hollywood/Vine station to North Hollywood station, completing the Red Line as originally planned.[11] A fourth Metro Rail line, the light rail Gold Line, opened on July 27, 2003 between Union Station and Sierra Madre Villa station in Pasadena.[12] The rapid transit Purple Line became the fifth Metro Rail line on August 24, 2006, when LACMTA separated the Red Line into two separate services; the branch between Union Station and Wilshire/Western station became the Purple Line while the branch between Union Station and North Hollywood station remained the Red Line.[13] The Gold Line was later extended to Atlantic station in East Los Angeles on November 15, 2009.[14] The light rail Expo Line opened between 7th Street/Metro Center and La Cienega/Jefferson on April 28, 2012; two additional stations opened on June 20, 2012.[15] The Gold Line's second extension opened on March 5, 2016 and added six more stations from Sierra Madre Villa from to APU/Citrus College.[16] An extension to the Expo Line on May 20, 2016 added seven stations.[17] The opening of the K Line on October 7, 2022 added six stations.[18] The Regional Connector project featured two new underground stations as well as a rebuilt Little Tokyo/Arts District station.

System

The system has 101 stations serving its six lines. Twelve of these stations are transfer stations, which allow passengers to transfer between lines. Eleven of these stations are termini—stations at the end of lines. 53 of the stations are within the city of Los Angeles and the other 48 stations are located in surrounding communities in Los Angeles County.

Lines

There are six Metro Rail lines, each of which is associated with a letter.

Name Stations Termini Length[19][20][1] Ridership
(weekday)[2]
Type Former line
name(s)
 A Line 44 APU/Citrus College (north)
Downtown Long Beach (south)
48.5 miles (78.1 km) 32,764 Light rail Blue Line
Gold Line
L Line
 B Line 14 North Hollywood (north)
Union Station (south)
14.7 miles (23.7 km) 75,974[A] Rapid transit Red Line
 C Line 14 Redondo Beach (west)
Norwalk (east)
19.3 miles (31.1 km) 16,741 Light rail Green Line
 D Line 8 Wilshire/Western (west)
Union Station (east)
5.1 miles (8.2 km) 75,974[A] Rapid transit Red Line
Purple Line
 E Line 29 Downtown Santa Monica (west)
Atlantic (east)
22 miles (35 km) 28,438 Light rail Gold Line
Expo Line
L Line
 K Line 7 Expo/Crenshaw (north)
Westchester/Veterans (south)
5.9 miles (9.5 km) 2,085 Light rail

List of stations

For stations served by more than one line, lines are listed in the order of opening.

* Transfer stations
** Termini
Transfer stations and termini
Station Image Line(s) Location[21][22] Date opened[23] Ref(s).
1st Street View of 1st Street station  A Line Long Beach September 1, 1990 [24]
5th Street View of 5th Street station  A Line Long Beach September 1, 1990 [24]
7th Street/Metro Center* A view of the light rail platform (top) and the subway platform (bottom) from a staircase at 7th Street/Metro Center station  A Line
 B Line
 D Line
 E Line
Los Angeles (Financial District) February 15, 1991 [24]
[25]
[26]
[27]
17th Street/SMC The entrance to 17th Street/SMC station  E Line Santa Monica May 20, 2016 [17]
26th Street/Bergamot E Line train at 26th Street/Bergamot station  E Line Santa Monica May 20, 2016 [17]
103rd Street/Watts Towers The platform at 103rd Street/Watts Towers station  A Line Los Angeles (Watts) July 14, 1990 [24]
Allen The platform at Allen station  A Line Pasadena July 27, 2003 [28]
Anaheim Street The platform at Anaheim Street station  A Line Long Beach July 14, 1990 [24]
APU/Citrus College** The platform at APU/Citrus College station  A Line Azusa March 5, 2016 [29]
Arcadia The platform at Arcadia station  A Line Arcadia March 5, 2016 [29]
Artesia The platform at Artesia station  A Line Compton July 14, 1990 [24]
Atlantic** The platform at Atlantic station  E Line East Los Angeles November 15, 2009 [28]
Avalon The platform at Avalon station  C Line Los Angeles (South Los Angeles) August 12, 1995 [30]
Aviation/LAX The platform at Aviation/LAX station  C Line Los Angeles (Westchester) August 12, 1995 [30]
Azusa Downtown The platform at Azusa Downtown station  A Line Azusa March 5, 2016 [29]
Chinatown The platform at Chinatown station  A Line Los Angeles (Chinatown) July 27, 2003 [28]
Civic Center/Grand Park* View of the platform at Civic Center/Grand Park station from the mezzanine level  B Line
 D Line
Los Angeles (Civic Center) January 30, 1993 [25]
[26]
Compton The platform at Compton station  A Line Compton July 14, 1990 [24]
Crenshaw The platform at Crenshaw station  C Line Hawthorne August 12, 1995 [30]
Culver City The platform at Culver City station  E Line Culver City June 20, 2012 [27]
Del Amo The platform at Del Amo station  A Line Rancho Dominguez July 14, 1990 [24]
Del Mar The platform at Del Mar station  A Line Pasadena July 27, 2003 [28]
Douglas The platform at Douglas station  C Line El Segundo August 12, 1995 [30]
Downtown Inglewood The platform at Downtown Inglewood station  K Line Inglewood October 7, 2022 [31]
Downtown Long Beach** The platform at Downtown Long Beach station  A Line Long Beach September 1, 1990 [24]
Downtown Santa Monica** A view of Downtown Santa Monica station, 2017  E Line Santa Monica May 20, 2016 [17]
Duarte/City of Hope A view of Duarte/City of Hope station  A Line Duarte March 5, 2016 [29]
East LA Civic Center A southbound train at East LA Civic Center Station  E Line East Los Angeles November 15, 2009 [28]
El Segundo The platform at El Segundo station  C Line El Segundo August 12, 1995 [30]
Expo/Bundy Side view of Expo/Bundy station  E Line Los Angeles (Sawtelle) May 20, 2016 [17]
Expo/Crenshaw A westbound train at Expo/Crenshaw station  E Line
 K Line
Los Angeles (Jefferson Park) April 28, 2012 [27]
Expo/La Brea La Brea/Expo Station, under construction in 2011  E Line Los Angeles (Baldwin Hills) April 28, 2012 [27]
Expo/Sepulveda An Expo/Sepulveda station sign  E Line Los Angeles (Rancho Park) May 20, 2016 [17]
Expo/Vermont The eastbound platform at Expo/Vermont station  E Line Los Angeles (University Park) April 28, 2012 [27]
Expo/Western The eastbound platform at Expo/Western station  E Line Los Angeles (University Park) April 28, 2012 [27]
Expo Park/USC The westbound platform at Expo Park/USC station  E Line Los Angeles (University Park) April 28, 2012 [27]
Fairview Heights The platform at Fairview Heights station during the ribbon cutting ceremony on August 20, 2022  K Line Inglewood / Los Angeles (Hyde Park) October 7, 2022 [31]
Farmdale The westbound platform at Farmdale station  E Line Los Angeles (Adams) June 20, 2012 [27]
Fillmore Northbound A Line train arriving at Fillmore station  A Line Pasadena July 27, 2003 [28]
Firestone A view of Firestone station from street level  A Line Florence-Graham July 14, 1990 [24]
Florence The platform at Florence station  A Line Florence-Graham July 14, 1990 [24]
Grand Avenue Arts/Bunker Hill* The platform at Grand Avenue Arts/Bunker Hill station  A Line
 E Line
Los Angeles (Bunker Hill) June 16, 2023 [32]
Grand/LATTC The platform at Grand/LATTC station  A Line Los Angeles (Historic South Central) July 14, 1990 [24]
Harbor Freeway A westbound train at Harbor Freeway station  C Line Los Angeles (South Los Angeles) August 12, 1995 [30]
Hawthorne/Lennox The platform at Hawthorne/Lennox station  C Line Hawthorne August 12, 1995 [30]
Heritage Square Heritage Square station platforms  A Line Los Angeles (Cypress Park) July 27, 2003 [28]
Highland Park The platform at Highland Park station  A Line Los Angeles (Highland Park) July 27, 2003 [28]
Historic Broadway* The platform at Historic Broadway station  A Line
 E Line
Los Angeles (Civic Center) June 16, 2023 [32]
Hollywood/Highland The platform at Hollywood/Highland station  B Line Los Angeles (Hollywood) June 24, 2000 [25]
Hollywood/Vine Escalators at Hollywood/Vine station  B Line Los Angeles (Hollywood) June 12, 1999 [25]
Hollywood/Western Entrance to Hollywood/Western station  B Line Los Angeles (East Hollywood) June 12, 1999 [25]
Hyde Park Entrance to Hyde Park station  K Line Los Angeles (Hyde Park) October 7, 2022 [31]
Indiana A view of Indiana station  E Line Los Angeles (East Los Angeles) November 15, 2009 [28]
Irwindale A test train running through Irwindale station, 2016  A Line Irwindale March 5, 2016 [29]
Jefferson/USC A train arriving at Jefferson/USC station  E Line Los Angeles (University Park) April 28, 2012 [27]
La Cienega/Jefferson The platform at La Cienega/Jefferson station  E Line Los Angeles (Baldwin Hills) April 28, 2012 [27]
Lake The exterior of Lake station  A Line Pasadena July 27, 2003 [28]
Lakewood Boulevard The platform at Lakewood Boulevard station  C Line Downey August 12, 1995 [30]
LATTC/Ortho Institute The platform at LATTC/Ortho Institute station  E Line Los Angeles (Historic South Central) April 28, 2012 [27]
Leimert Park The Leimert Park station faregates  K Line Los Angeles (Leimert Park) October 7, 2022 [31]
Little Tokyo/Arts District* The platform at Little Tokyo/Arts District station  A Line
 E Line
Los Angeles (Little Tokyo) June 16, 2023[B] [32]
Lincoln/Cypress A train at Lincoln/Cypress station  A Line Los Angeles (Lincoln Heights / Cypress Park) July 27, 2003 [28]
Long Beach Boulevard A westbound train at Long Beach Boulevard station  C Line Lynwood August 12, 1995 [30]
Maravilla The platform at Maravilla station  E Line East Los Angeles November 15, 2009 [28]
Mariachi Plaza An eastbound train at Mariachi Plaza station  E Line Los Angeles (Boyle Heights) November 15, 2009 [28]
Mariposa The platform at Mariposa station  C Line El Segundo August 12, 1995 [30]
Martin Luther King Jr. The platform at Martin Luther King Jr. station  K Line Los Angeles (Baldwin Hills / Crenshaw) October 7, 2022 [31]
Memorial Park Memorial Park station platforms  A Line Pasadena July 27, 2003 [28]
Monrovia A view of Monrovia station  A Line Monrovia March 5, 2016 [29]
North Hollywood** The platform at North Hollywood station  B Line Los Angeles (North Hollywood) June 24, 2000 [25]
Norwalk** The platform at Norwalk station  C Line Norwalk August 12, 1995 [30]
Pacific Avenue The platform at Pacific Avenue station  A Line Long Beach September 1, 1990 [24]
Pacific Coast Highway A train at Pacific Coast Highway station  A Line Long Beach July 14, 1990 [24]
Palms A westbound train at Palms station  E Line Los Angeles (Palms) May 20, 2016 [17]
Pershing Square* The platform at Pershing Square station  B Line
 D Line
Los Angeles (Financial District / Jewelry District) January 30, 1993 [25]
[26]
Pico* The platform at Pico station  A Line
 E Line
Los Angeles (South Park) July 14, 1990 [24]
[27]
Pico/Aliso The platform at Pico/Aliso station  E Line Los Angeles (Boyle Heights) November 15, 2009 [28]
Redondo Beach** The platform at Redondo Beach station  C Line Redondo Beach August 12, 1995 [30]
San Pedro Street The platform at San Pedro Street station  A Line Los Angeles (Historic South Central) July 14, 1990 [24]
Sierra Madre Villa Sierra Madre Villa station platform  A Line Pasadena July 27, 2003 [28]
Slauson The platform at Slauson station  A Line Florence-Graham July 14, 1990 [24]
Soto The platform at Soto station  E Line Los Angeles (Boyle Heights) November 15, 2009 [28]
South Pasadena The platforms at South Pasadena station  A Line South Pasadena July 27, 2003 [28]
Southwest Museum The platform at Southwest Museum station  A Line Los Angeles (Highland Park / Mount Washington) July 27, 2003 [28]
Union Station The subway platform at Union Station  A Line
 B Line
 D Line
Los Angeles (El Pueblo) January 30, 1993[C] [25]
[28]
[26]
Universal City/Studio City The platform at Universal City/Studio City station  B Line Los Angeles (Studio City) June 24, 2000 [25]
Vermont/Athens The westbound platform at Vermont/Athens station  C Line Los Angeles (Athens / South Los Angeles) August 12, 1995 [30]
Vermont/Beverly The platform at Vermont/Beverly station, 2016  B Line Los Angeles (Koreatown) June 12, 1999 [25]
Vermont/Santa Monica The platform at Vermont/Santa Monica station, 2016  B Line Los Angeles (East Hollywood) June 12, 1999 [25]
Vermont/Sunset The platform at Vermont/Sunset station, 2016  B Line Los Angeles (East Hollywood) June 12, 1999 [25]
Vernon The platform at Vernon station  A Line Los Angeles (South Los Angeles) July 14, 1990 [24]
Wardlow The platform at Wardlow station  A Line Long Beach July 14, 1990 [24]
Washington The platform at Washington station  A Line Los Angeles (South Los Angeles) July 14, 1990 [24]
Westchester/Veterans** Side view of Westchester/Veterans station  K Line Inglewood / Los Angeles (Westchester) October 7, 2022 [31]
Westlake/​MacArthur Park* The mezzanine level at Westlake/MacArthur Park station  B Line
 D Line
Los Angeles (Westlake) January 30, 1993 [25]
[26]
Westwood/Rancho Park The platform at Westwood/Rancho Park station  E Line Los Angeles (Rancho Park) May 20, 2016 [17]
Willow Street A train at Willow Street station  A Line Long Beach July 14, 1990 [24]
Willowbrook/Rosa Parks* A Line platform at the Willowbrook/Rosa Parks station  A Line
 C Line
Willowbrook July 14, 1990 [24]
[30]
Wilshire/Normandie The platform at Wilshire/Normandie station  D Line Los Angeles (Koreatown) May 22, 1996 [26]
Wilshire/Vermont* The main entrance to Wilshire/Vermont station  B Line
 D Line
Los Angeles (Koreatown) May 22, 1996 [25]
[26]
Wilshire/Western** The platform at Wilshire/Vermont station  D Line Los Angeles (Koreatown) May 22, 1996 [26]

Future stations

Station Image Line(s)
(Project name)
Location[21] Opening Ref(s).
Aviation/Century* Aviation/Century station under construction in January 2021  C Line
 K Line
Los Angeles (Westchester) 2024 [34]
Century City/Constellation Century City/Constellation station under construction in September 2023  D Line
(Westside Extension)
Los Angeles (Century City) 2026 [35]
Glendora Glendora station under construction in January 2024  A Line
(Foothill Extension)
Glendora 2025 [36]
La Verne La Verne station under construction in August 2023  A Line
(Foothill Extension)
La Verne 2025 [36]
LAX/Metro Transit Center LAX/Metro Transit Center station under construction in September 2023  C Line
 K Line
Los Angeles (Westchester) 2024 [34]
Pomona–North** A Line station at Pomona–North under construction in August 2023  A Line
(Foothill Extension)
Pomona 2025 [36]
San Dimas San Dimas station under construction in August 2023  A Line
(Foothill Extension)
San Dimas 2025 [36]
Westwood/UCLA Westwood/UCLA station under construction in August 2023  D Line
(Westside Extension)
Los Angeles (Westwood) 2027 [37]
Westwood/VA Hospital** Westwood/VA Hospital station under construction in August 2023  D Line
(Westside Extension)
Los Angeles (Westwood) 2027 [37]
Wilshire/Fairfax Wilshire/Fairfax station under construction in March 2024  D Line
(Westside Extension)
Los Angeles (Beverly Grove / Carthay / Mid-Wilshire) 2025 [38]
Wilshire/La Brea The interior of Wilshire/La Brea station, under construction in November 2023.  D Line
(Westside Extension)
Los Angeles (Hancock Park / Mid-Wilshire) 2025 [38]
Wilshire/La Cienega Wilshire/La Cienega station under construction in August 2023  D Line
(Westside Extension)
Beverly Hills 2025 [38]
Wilshire/Rodeo Wilshire/Rodeo station under construction in August 2023  D Line
(Westside Extension)
Beverly Hills 2026 [35]

Notes

  1. ^ a b Ridership data is combined for both the B and D lines.
  2. ^ Little Tokyo/Arts District station originally operated as an at-grade station from 2009 to 2020.
  3. ^ Union Station began operating as a Metro Rail station on January 30, 1993, but it had been continuously operating as an inter-city and commuter rail station since May 5, 1939.[33]

References

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