LA Metro temporarily closing 5 Green Line stations

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About 7,000 Metro passengers will have to make adjustments beginning Friday. Metro is closing five of its Green Line stations to make way for the Crenshaw-LAX project. (KABC)

About 7,000 Metro passengers will have to make adjustments beginning Friday at 9 p.m. Metro is closing five of its Green Line stations to make way for the Crenshaw-LAX project, which includes Aviation/LAX, Mariposa, El Segundo, Douglas and Redondo Beach.

A free shuttle bus will run between the Hawthorne/Lennox station and the five other closed stations. It will run every six minutes during peak weekday hours.

The LAX G-Shuttle will operate from the Hawthorne-Lennox station during the 10-week construction period. Uber and Lyft will have designated pick-up and drop-off locations at that station as well.

Some Metro bus lines and the Loyola Marymount University Shuttle will also be impacted through April 7.

For more information, you can call Metro at 213-922-3864.

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