Metro said it will add 95 trips and increase frequencies of stops on its current heavily used bus lines and adjust running times based on faster, current speeds due to reduced traffic conditions.
No one reported injuries and there was only minor damage to the train and the cruiser.
No one was injured.
Buses will be brought into to shuttle passengers between the stations.
Police were called to the scene at Willow Street and Long Beach Boulevard at about 11 a.m. where they found a minivan on the track, spokeswoman Shaunna Dandoy said.
After ten months of rehab work and closures, $1.2 billion, and a lot of frustration, it seems that Metro has yet to get the A Line back on track.
The artists behind Metro Art’s new portrait series, “More People Than You Know” talk about their artwork and riding the rail.
Union Station’s historic ticketing hall will become home to the Metro Blue Line Celebration and Vintage Sign Auction event, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. as well as live online for those wishing to bid from home.
Metro Los Angeles has announced its key light rail line, the A Line (formerl the Blue Line) will officially reopen Nov. 2.
The Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority Board of Directors awarded contracts Thursday for a study of ways to reduce the county’s traffic congestion, including the possibility of charging motorists to drive on select roadways, with the money used to subsidize public transit.