Earlier this week, Metro officials warned that Saturday will see a gap in Gold Line train service between the Highland Park Station and the South Pasadena Station, due to track maintenance scheduled from 3 a.m. to 6 p.m.
During that time, Metro will operate free bus shuttles between Southwest Museum and Fillmore. That means all northbound trains will travel as far as Southwest Museum and turn back to East L.A. All southbound trains will travel as far as the Fillmore Station. From there, trains will return to the APU/Citrus Station.
The Gold Line is slated to run every 12 minutes while work is in progress, and buses will match the train schedule as best as possible. Metro asked passengers to allow for transfer time between shuttles and trains.
Additionally, Metro staff will be on hand to lend assistance at the affected stations. Regular Gold Line service is expected to resume at 6 p.m. Saturday. Metro passengers can keep up with service updates on Twitter (@metroLAalerts) or by calling 323.GOMETRO.