Metro has announced Blue Line closures for 2019.
The line is in a six-year-long, $1.2 billion rehab project.
The closures will happen in two, four-month segments.
The first closures will begin on Jan. 26, starting in the southern stretch of the line from downtown Long Beach to the Willowbrook/ Rosa Parks station.
In May, the northern stretch from Willowbrook/ Rosa Parks station to 7th Street/ Metro Center stop will be closed for four months.
The Willowbrook/ Rosa Parks station will be closed the entire eight months as part of a $66 million overhaul.
During this time, the Expo Line will be suspended for 45 days at 7th Street/ Metro Center and the Pico Stations.
The Expo Line will continue to run between LATTC/Ortho Institute Station and downtown Santa Monica.
More than 90,000 commuters use the Blue Line daily.
It's the oldest line in the Metro system.
Some Metro Blue Line stations to close in 2019 for $1.2B rehab project