Los Angeles International Airport announced Thursday that free shuttle service will be provided Friday morning to Sunday night to accommodate passengers at certain C Line (Green) stations while Metropolitan Transportation Authority rail maintenance is underway.
Metro will perform track signal upgrades on a portion of the C Line beginning 11 a.m. Friday through the scheduled end of service on Sunday night. During the work, there will be no rail service between the Harbor Freeway and Aviation/LAX stations.
Free Metro bus shuttle service connecting the closed Metro stations will be provided between the Harbor Freeway Station and the Aviation/LAX Station. C Line trains will continue to run between the Norwalk Station and the Harbor Freeway Station, as well as between the Aviation/LAX Station and the Redondo Beach Station.
The LAX G Shuttle, which provides free service between the airport terminals and the Aviation/LAX Station, will continue to run from that station on its regular schedule between 5 a.m. and midnight during the weekend closure.
Due to physical distancing required during the COVID-19 pandemic, bus capacity is limited, and riders should use the rear doors and facial coverings must be worn while on board.
LAX said Green Line riders heading to the airport during the service interruption should plan ahead and allow additional time.
Riders can get real-time location information on the G Shuttle by visiting www.ridelax.com.
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