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Silver Line (Los Angeles Metro)

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Metro Silver Line
LACMTA Square Silver Line.svg
37th Street & USC Metro Silver Line Station 10.jpg
Metro Silver Line bus on the Harbor Transitway
Overview
TypeBus rapid transit
SystemLos Angeles Metro Busway
StatusIn service
TerminiEl Monte Station
Harbor Gateway Transit Center (route 910)
San Pedro (route 950)
Stations11 (also makes additional street stops)
Daily ridership14,194 (July 2016, weekday avg.)[1]
Line number910 & 950
WebsiteSilver Line
Operation
OpenedDecember 13, 2009; 9 years ago (December 13, 2009)
Operator(s)LAMetroLogo.svg Metro (LACMTA)
CharacterShared-use busways with some city streets
Depot(s)Division 9 (El Monte) & Division 18 (Carson)
Rolling stock35 NABI 45C-LFW buses
Technical
Line length38 mi (61.2 km)
Route map
Parking
El Monte
Cal State LA
Metrolink (Southern California)
↓ left-side running
LA County+USC Medical Center
Union Station
(2019)
↑ El Monte Busway
Alameda St
(Union Station)
Red Line Purple Line Gold Line Metrolink (Southern California)AmtrakFlyAway Bus
↑ left-side running
Spring St/1st St
1st St/Hill St
(Civic Center)
Red Line Purple Line 
↓ Grand │ Olive ↑
Kosciuszko Wy (northbound)
3rd St (southbound)
5th St
(Pershing Square)
Red Line Purple Line 
↓ Grand │ Olive ↑
6th St/Flower St
↑ Figueroa │ Flower ↓
7th St
(7th St/Metro Center)
Red Line Purple Line Blue Line Expo Line 
Olympic Bl
Pico Bl
(Pico)
Blue Line Expo Line 
Washington Bl
(Grand/LATTC)
Blue Line 
23rd St
(LATTC/Ortho Institute)
Expo Line 
Adams Bl
↑ Figueroa │ Flower ↓
37th Street/USC
Parking
Slauson
Parking
Manchester
Parking
Harbor Freeway I-105
Green Line 
Parking
Rosecrans
↑ Harbor Transitway
Parking
Harbor Gateway Transit Center
Figueroa St/
Victoria St (northbound)
190th St (southbound)
Parking
Carson
Parking
Pacific Coast Highway
↑ Harbor Freeway
Parking
Harbor Beacon Park & Ride
Catalina Express
Beacon St/1st St
Pacific Av/1st St
Pacific Av/3rd St
Pacific Av/7th St
Pacific Av/11th St
Pacific Av/15th St
Pacific Av/17th St
Pacific Av/19th St
Pacific Av/21st St
Handicapped/disabled access all stations accessible

busway station
busway interchange
on-street stop
on-street interchange
one-way on-street stop
one-way on-street interchange

The Silver Line is a limited-stop bus route with some bus rapid transit features operated by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro). The Silver Line route runs between the El Monte Station, Downtown Los Angeles, South Los Angeles, the Harbor Gateway Transit Center in Gardena and San Pedro.

The Silver Line offers frequent, all-stops service along the El Monte Busway and the Harbor Transitway, two grade-separated transit facilities built into the Los Angeles freeway system. The Silver Line was created as part of the conversion of the El Monte Busway and the Harbor Transitway from lanes reserved for buses and high occupancy vehicles into the Metro ExpressLanes that allow solo drivers to pay a toll to use lanes. The tolls collected have been used to operate the Silver Line and to improve amenities at stops.

As Silver Line buses travel along the El Monte Busway and the Harbor Transitway they serve stations built into the center or side of the roadway. There is a 3.5 mile gap between the western end of El Monte Busway and the northern end of the Harbor Transitway in Downtown Los Angeles, where Silver Line buses travel on surface streets, making a limited number of stops.

Beginning in 2019, the line will be renamed to the G Line while retaining its silver coloring.[2][3]

Service description

Two services are operated under the Silver Line name:

  • Route 910 operates with daily 24-hour service serving only the portion of the route between El Monte station, Downtown Los Angeles and the Harbor Gateway Transit Center.
  • Route 950 operates with daily service serving the entire route between El Monte station, Downtown Los Angeles and San Pedro.

Routing

The eastern section of Silver Line route runs on the El Monte Busway between the El Monte Station in El Monte and Union Station in Downtown Los Angeles. The southern section of the route runs on the Harbor Transitway between 37th Street/USC station in Downtown Los Angeles and the Harbor Gateway Transit Center near the city of Carson. Buses travel between the eastern and southern sections along surface streets in Downtown Los Angeles where Silver Line buses make a limited amount of stops (11 in each direction) near major employment centers, tourist destinations and Metro Rail stations. Silver Line route 950 trips continue south of the Harbor Gateway Transit Center along the Harbor Freeway to San Pedro traveling in general purpose freeway lanes and making two stops en route at stations located on the side of the freeway near off and on ramps. In San Pedro, Silver Line route 950 buses once again travel along surface streets, serving the Harbor Beacon Park & Ride and making frequent stops along Pacific Avenue.

Headways

Time Weekdays Weekends/

Holidays

5:00A – 10:00A 4-10 20
10:00A – 3:00P 15
3:00P – 6:00P 4-10
6:00P – 8:00P 10-20
8:00P – 9:00P 20 40-60
9:00P – 1:00A 40-60
1:00A – 5:00A (910 only) 60 60

Fares

The Silver Line charges a premium fare (which is a different fare structure from most other Metro routes).[4][5] Metro day passes are accepted as full fare, but all other pass holders must pay for an upgraded 1 zone pass or pay the additional premium charge at the time of boarding.

Like the other Metro Rail and Metro Busway lines, the Silver Line operates on a proof-of-payment system.[6] Passengers may board at either the front or rear door of Silver Line buses and validate their Transit Access Pass (TAP) electronic fare card at readers located on board the bus, near the door. Metro's fare inspectors randomly inspect buses to ensure passengers have a valid fare product on their TAP card.

TAP vending machines are available at most Silver Line stations (except Carson and Pacific Coast Highway) and are located near most street stops in Downtown Los Angeles. But, because vending machines are not available at all stations and street stops, passengers who need to purchase a card or add funds can do so at the farebox on board the bus. None of the other Metro Rail or Metro Busway lines offer onboard TAP sales.

As of December 15, 2014 the fares for the Silver Line are:

Fare Type[7] Regular Senior (62+) / Disabled / Medicare College / Vocational Student
(K-12)
Peak Off-Peak
Base Fare $2.50 $1.35 $0.95 $2.50 $2.50
Metro Day Pass

(Honored as Full Fare)

$7 $2.50 $7 $7
Metro 30-Day + Zone 1 Pass

(Honored as Full Fare)

$122
Metro Discounted 30-Day Pass

(Honored as Full Fare)

$20 $43 $24
Premium Charge

Required for:

  • Metro 7-Day Pass
  • Metro 30-Day Pass (without Zone 1)
  • EZ transit pass (without Zone 1 or higher)
  • Metrolink tickets and passes
$0.75
Premium Charge

Required for:

  • Foothill Transit 31-Day Pass
$1.20

"Silver 2 Silver" fare program

Metro and Foothill Transit offer a reciprocal fare program called "Silver 2 Silver" where pass holders may ride either Silver Line or Silver Streak buses between Downtown Los Angeles and the El Monte Station.[8] Passengers who have a Metro 7-Day or 30-Day pass, an EZ transit pass, or a Foothill Transit Local 31-Day pass are all charged additional when they board a Silver Line or Silver Streak bus.

Stations & stops

Station/Street Stop Services Image Connections Stop type Station Parking Date opened City/ Neighborhood
Northbound Southbound 910 950
El Monte Station Yes Yes
El Monte Station cycle park.jpg
Upper Level:

Lower Level:

Station 1,153 Spaces 1973 El Monte
Cal State LA Yes Yes
CSULA Metro Silver Line Station- 3.JPG

Freeway Level:

  • Metro Express: 487, 489
  • Foothill Transit: Silver Streak, 481, 493, 495, 496, 497, 498, 499, 699

Lower Level:

Street Level:

Station (none) East Los Angeles
Los Angeles County & USC Medical Center Yes Yes
LAC & USC Med. Center Metro Silver Line Station- 4.JPG

Freeway Level:

  • Metro Express: 487, 489
  • Foothill Transit: Silver Streak, 481, 493, 495, 496, 497, 498, 499, 699

Street Level:

  • Metro Local: 70, 71, 106, 251, 605
  • Metro Rapid: 751
  • LADOT DASH: Boyle Heights/East LA, Lincoln Heights/Chinatown
Station (none) Boyle Heights
El Monte Busway/Alameda
(Union Station)
Yes Yes
Union Station (El Monte Busway & Alameda) Metro Silver Line Stop 2.JPG

Freeway Level:

  • Metro Express: 487, 489
  • Foothill Transit: Silver Streak, 481, 493, 495, 496, 497, 498, 499, 699

Nearby Connections:  Red Line Metro Red Line
 Purple Line Metro Purple Line
 Gold Line Metro Gold Line

Street Stop Nearby Paid Parking (Independent) Downtown Los Angeles
Spring/1st
(Civic Center/Grand Park)
Yes Yes
Spring & 1st- Metro Silver Line Street Stop 1.JPG

 Red Line Metro Red Line
 Purple Line Metro Purple Line

  • Metro Local: 33, 68, 70, 71, 83, 84, 92 & 96
  • Metro Express: 487, 489
  • Metro Rapid: 728, 733, 770
  • Foothill Transit: Silver Streak, 493, 497, 498, 499 & 699
  • LADOT DASH: D
Street stop (none) December 13, 2009
1st/Hill
(Civic Center)
Yes Yes

 Red Line Metro Red Line
 Purple Line Metro Purple Line

  • Metro Local: 2, 4, 10, 14, 28, 30, 37, 40, 45, 48, 68, 70, 71, 76, 78, 79, 81, 83, 90, 91, 92, 94, 96, 302, 378
  • Metro Express: 442, 487, 489
  • Metro Rapid: 728, 733, 745, 770, 794
  • Antelope Valley Transit Authority: 785
  • Big Blue Bus: 10
  • City of Santa Clarita Transit: 799
  • Foothill Transit: Silver Streak, 493, 495 497, 498, 499, 699
  • LADOT Commuter Express: 409, 419, 422, 423, 431, 437, 438, 448, 534
  • LADOT DASH: A, B, D
  • Montebello Bus Lines: 341, 342
  • Santa Monica Big Blue Bus: Rapid 10
  • Torrance Transit: 4
Street stop (none)
Olive/Kosciuszko Grand/3rd Yes Yes
Grand & 3rd St.-Metro Silver Line Street Stop 1.JPG

Olive/Kosciuszko Connections:

  • Metro Local: 14, 70, 71, 76, 78, 79, 96 & 378
  • Metro Express: 442, 487, 489
  • Metro Rapid: 770
  • Torrance Transit: 4

Grand/3rd Connections:

  • Metro Local: 37, 70, 71, 76, 78, 79, 96, 378
  • Metro Express: 442, 487, 489
  • Metro Rapid: 770
Street stop (none)
Olive/5th

(Pershing Square)

Grand/5th

(Pershing Square)

Yes Yes

Olive/5th Connections:
 Red Line Metro Red Line
 Purple Line Metro Purple Line

  • Metro Local: 14, 16, 18, 37, 53, 55, 62, 70, 71, 76, 78, 79, 96, 316, 355, 378
  • Metro Express: 442, 487, 489
  • Metro Rapid: 720, 728, 745, 770, 794
  • Foothill Transit: Silver Streak
  • Torrance Transit: 4

Flower/5th Connections:

  • Metro Local: 16, 18, 53, 55, 60, 62, 316, 355, 378
  • Metro Express: 442, 460
  • Torrance Transit: 4
Street stop (none)
6th/Flower (none) Yes Yes Street stop (none)
Figueroa/7th

(7th St/Metro Center)

Flower/7th

(7th St/Metro Center)

Yes Yes
Flower St. & 7th St. Metro Silver Line Southbound Stop.JPG

 Red Line Metro Red Line
 Purple Line Metro Purple Line
 Blue Line Metro Blue Line
 Expo Line Metro Expo Line

  • Metro Local: 14, 16, 18, 20, 37, 51, 52, 60, 62, 66, 76, 78, 79, 81, 316, 352, 378
  • Metro Express: 442, 460, 487, 489
  • Metro Rapid: 720, 760
  • Antelope Valley Transit Authority: 785
  • City of Santa Clarita Transit: 799
  • Foothill Transit: Silver Streak, 493, 495, 497, 498, 499, 699
  • LADOT Commuter Express: 409, 422, 423, 431, 437, 438, 448, 534
  • LADOT DASH: A, B, E, F
  • Montebello Bus Lines: 40, 50, 341, 342, 343
  • Orange County Transportation Authority: 701, 721
  • Santa Monica Big Blue Bus: Rapid 10
  • Torrance Transit: 4
Street stop (none)
Figueroa/Olympic Flower/Olympic Yes Yes
  • Metro Local: 28, 81
  • Metro Express: 442, 460
  • Metro Rapid: 728
  • Torrance Transit: 4
Street stop (none)
Figueroa/Pico

(Pico)

Flower/Pico

(Pico)

Yes Yes

 Blue Line Metro Blue Line
 Expo Line Metro Expo Line

  • Metro Local: 30, 81, 330
  • Metro Express: 442, 460
  • Torrance Transit: 4
Street stop (none)
Figueroa/Washington

(Grand/LATTC)

Flower/Washington

(Grand/LATTC)

Yes Yes

 Blue Line Metro Blue Line

  • Metro Local: 35, 81
  • Metro Express: 442, 460
  • Torrance Transit: 4
Street stop (none)
Figueroa/23rd

(LATTC/Ortho Institute)

Flower/23rd

(LATTC/Ortho Institute)

Yes Yes

 Expo Line Metro Expo Line

  • Metro Local: 37, 81, 603
  • Metro Express: 460
  • Torrance Transit: 4
Street stop (none) April 30, 2012 (Flower/23rd)

June 23, 2013

(Figueroa/23rd)

North University Park
Figueroa Way/Adams Flower/Adams Yes Yes
Flower & Adams Silver Line Stop 1.JPG
  • Metro Local: 37, 81
  • Metro Express: 442, 460
  • Torrance Transit: 4
Street stop (none) June 26, 2011
37th Street/USC Yes Yes
37th Street & USC Metro Silver Line Station 22.JPG

Freeway Level:

  • Metro Express: 460
  • LADOT Commuter Express: 438, 448
  • Orange County Transportation Authority: 701, 721
  • Torrance Transit: 4

Street Level:

  • Metro Local: 81, 102, 200
  • Metro Express: 442, 550
  • LADOT DASH: F, Southeast, King-East
Station (none) June 1996 Exposition Park
Slauson Yes Yes
Slauson & 1-110 Metro Silver Line Station- Picture 6.JPG

Freeway Level:

Street Level:

  • Metro Local: 45, 81, 108, 358
  • Metro Rapid: 745
  • LADOT DASH: Southeast
Station 151 Spaces South Los Angeles
Manchester Yes Yes
Manchester Metro Silver Line Station 02.JPG

Freeway Level:

  • Metro Express: 460, 550
  • Dodger Stadium Express
  • Orange County Transportation Authority: 701, 721
  • Torrance Transit: 4

Street Level:

  • Metro Local: 45, 81, 115
  • Metro Express: 442
  • Metro Rapid: 745
Station 247 Spaces
Harbor Freeway Yes Yes
Harbor Freeway Station- Metro Silver Line platform 2013.JPG

Freeway Level:

  • Metro Express: 550
  • Dodger Stadium Express
  • GTrans: 1X
  • LADOT Commuter Express: 448
  • Orange County Transportation Authority: 721
  • Torrance Transit: 4

Upper Level:
 Green Line Metro Green Line
Street Level:

  • Metro Local: 45, 81, 120
  • Metro Rapid: 745
  • GTrans: 1X
  • Torrance Transit: 1, 2
Station 253 Spaces
Rosecrans Yes Yes
Rosecrans Metro Silver Line Station 3.jpg

Freeway Level:

  • Metro Express: 550
  • Dodger Stadium Express
  • Orange County Transportation Authority: 721
  • Torrance Transit: 4

Street Level:

  • Metro Local: 125
Station 338 Spaces Harbor Gateway
Harbor Gateway Transit Center Yes Yes
Harbor Gateway Transit Center 04.JPG
  • Metro Local: 52, 130, 205, 246, 344
  • Metro Express: 550
  • Carson Circuit: North/South Shuttle
  • Dodger Stadium Express
  • GTrans: 2, 4
  • Torrance Transit: 1, 4, 6
Station 980 Spaces
Figueroa/Victoria Figueroa/190th No Yes
  • Metro Local: 52, 130, 205
  • Torrance Transit: 6
Street stop (none) December 13, 2015 Carson
Carson No Yes
  • Metro Local: 205
  • Metro Express: 550
  • Carson Circuit: F, North/South Shuttle
  • Torrance Transit: 1, 3, Rapid 3
Station 140 Spaces June 1996
Pacific Coast Highway No Yes
  • Metro Local: 205, 232
  • Metro Express: 550
  • LADOT Commuter Express: 448
  • LADOT DASH: Wilmington
Station 244 Spaces
Harbor Beacon Park & Ride No Yes
LACMTA Metro Silver Line 03.jpg
Street stop 280 Spaces December 13, 2015 San Pedro
Beacon/1st No Yes
LACMTA Metro Silver Line- Beacon & 1st Street Stop.jpg
  • Metro Local: 205
Street stop (none)
Pacific/1st No Yes
  • Metro Local: 205, 246
  • LADOT DASH: San Pedro
Street stop (none)
Pacific/3rd No Yes
  • Metro Local: 246
Street stop (none)
Pacific/7th No Yes
  • Metro Local: 246
Street stop (none)
Pacific/11th No Yes
  • Metro Local: 205, 246
Street stop (none)
Pacific/15th No Yes
  • Metro Local: 246
Street stop (none)
Pacific/17th No Yes
  • Metro Local: 246
Street stop (none)
(none) Pacific/19th No Yes
  • Metro Local: 246
Street stop (none)
Pacific/21st Street No Yes
LACMTA Metro Silver Line 950X; San Pedro Layover 2.jpg
  • Metro Local: 246
Street stop (none)

History

This elevated section of the Harbor Transitway carries the Metro Silver Line and the Metro ExpressLanes over the frequently congested Harbor Freeway.
This elevated section of the Harbor Transitway carries the Metro Silver Line and the Metro ExpressLanes over the frequently congested Harbor Freeway.

The El Monte Busway opened along Interstate 10 in 1973. As the new Harbor Transitway was under construction in the early 1990s, Metro drew up plans to offer a unified bus rapid transit service along both corridors, connected by street running through Downtown Los Angeles; however, eventually the agency chose to increase service on the existing Harbor Freeway express lines and operate each as independent routes, mostly at peak hours. Ridership was radically lower than expected: planners had projected that 65,200 passengers would travel along the Harbor Transitway each day, but after 10 years ridership fell far below those predictions, with the route seeing just 3,000 passengers per weekday in 2004.[9]

In the early 2000s, Metro began depicting the two busways on its Metro Rail maps, and in 2008, Metro once again looked at the concept of linking them with a "Dual Hub Bus Rapid Transit" route.[10] The service was rolled out as the Silver Line in December 2009. Five Metro Express lines were truncated to terminate at either Harbor Gateway Transit Center or the El Monte station, where passengers would transfer to the Silver Line to continue into Downtown Los Angeles.[11]

As part of the Metro ExpressLanes project to convert the El Monte Busway and the Harbor Transitway from lanes reserved for buses and high occupancy vehicles into high occupancy toll lanes that allow solo drivers to pay a toll to use lanes, aging stations were refurbished and frequencies on the route were improved; the most drastic change was the complete reconstruction of El Monte Station which was demolished and entirely rebuilt, reopening in 2012.[12] LADOT added bus priority to traffic lights to improve on-time performance in Downtown Los Angeles in the same year.[13]

In 2015, Metro integrated the last remaining Metro Express route on the Harbor Transitway, the 450X to San Pedro, into the Silver Line. Originally a new express Silver Line service was added that served San Pedro and skipped many Harbor Transitway stations; but by June 2017, San Pedro-bound buses were serving all stations, the increase in speed being deemed not enough to justify increased crowding on local buses.[14]

Current developments

New transitway station at Patsaouras Transit Plaza

A new transitway station for the Metro Silver Line will be located at Patsaouras Transit Plaza at Union Station to provide better access to bus, Metro Rail, Metrolink and Amtrak services. As of April 2017 the station is under construction, and is expected to open in the spring of 2018.[15]

Ridership and reliability

Ridership has steadily grown on the Silver Line each year.

An estimated 6,612 passengers rode the Silver Line each weekday in January 2010 (the first full month of operation) and ridership has grown steadily each year since.[1] Ridership set a new all-time high in February 2016 with an estimated 16,884 passengers riding the line each weekday.

Silver Line Estimated Ridership
Year Weekdays Saturday Sunday
2010 7,302 2,641 1,795
2011 9,422 3,324 2,148
2012 11,658 4,385 2,941
2013 12,842 5,468 3,661
2014 14,173 5,967 4,390
2015 14,743 6,009 4,378
2016 (YTD) 16,511 6,256 4,660

The on time performance of the Metro Silver Line is currently around 82.4%, defined as being less than 5 minutes behind schedule.[16] That places it far behind the Metro Rail lines (99% on time) and Orange Line (94% on time), but much better than an average Metro bus route (80.6% on time). On time performance benefits from the active traffic management system installed as part of the Metro ExpressLanes project.

Incidents

Vehicle strike at the Harbor Freeway Station

Metro Silver Line bus at Harbor Freeway station showing yellow bollards installed after a private vehicle drove onto the platform injuring waiting passengers.
Metro Silver Line bus at Harbor Freeway station showing yellow bollards installed after a private vehicle drove onto the platform injuring waiting passengers.

Seven passengers waiting on the northbound platform of the Harbor Freeway Station received critical and serious injuries when a private vehicle entered the station and struck the platform on February 22, 2012.[17] After the accident Metro studied the design of the Silver Line stations and decided to add concrete filled metal bollards at the platform edge of a number of stations during August 2012.[18] The bollards are spaced close enough to stop a car from entering the platform, but have enough room to allow multiple buses to stop at the platform and lower the accessibility ramp.

Fleet

Metro Silver Line 45 foot NABI Compo bus
Metro Silver Line 45 foot NABI Compo bus

The Metro Silver Line is operated with a fleet of dedicated NABI Metro 45C "CompoBus" coaches. Each 45-foot (14 m) long bus is made of light composite materials and is powered by CNG (Compressed Natural Gas). Coaches are painted or vinyl wrapped with a special grey livery that matches the design of newer Metro Rail vehicles and the coaches used on Metro Orange Line. Most coaches also have a vinyl decal that says "A faster way to Downtown: Metro Silver Line."[19]

See also

References

  1. ^ a b "Metro Ridership". Metro.net. Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority. Retrieved April 2, 2016.
  2. ^ Scauzillo, Steve (13 December 2018). "Because they're out of colors, LA Metro will rename all its train lines and rapid busways with letters in 2019". Los Angeles Daily News. Retrieved 14 December 2018.
  3. ^ Newton, Damien (20 November 2018). "Metro Moves Ahead with Changes to How They Name Rail/BRT". Streetsblog LA. Retrieved 14 December 2018.
  4. ^ "Guide to the Metro Silver Line". The Source.
  5. ^ "Line 910 fare structure" (PDF). 2009-10-15.
  6. ^ "Metro Silver Line | All-Door Boarding Pilot". www.metro.net. Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority. Retrieved June 25, 2016.
  7. ^ https://www.metro.net/riding/fares/
  8. ^ http://foothilltransit.org/lines-and-schedules/silver2silver/
  9. ^ Weikel, Dan (December 2, 2014). "A cleaned-up, safer Harbor Transitway puts more commuters on the bus". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved March 9, 2015.
  10. ^ "Dual Hub Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) El Monte Station to Artesia Transit Center" (PDF). 2008-11-20.
  11. ^ "SB910 Feb09 public hearing" (PDF). 2009-02-01.
  12. ^ "Metro Silver Line Update Report" (PDF). 2012-01-19.
  13. ^ "Metro Silver Line (service tab)".
  14. ^ http://thesource.metro.net/2017/06/19/service-changes-go-into-effect-june-25-orange-line-and-silver-line-to-operate-around-the-clock/
  15. ^ http://www.scpr.org/news/2017/01/02/67692/metro-starts-work-on-pedestrian-bridge-at-la-s-uni/
  16. ^ Mendelson, Aaron (February 19, 2015). "How late are Los Angeles buses and trains? Depends which line you're riding". KPCC - Southern California Public Radio. Retrieved April 2, 2016.
  17. ^ "Source: Accident on The Harbor Transitway". February 22, 2012. Retrieved April 12, 2019.
  18. ^ "Harbor Freeway Metro Silver Line Station platform improvements" (PDF). 2012-04-20.
  19. ^ "Silverline bus".

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