Gold Line (Los Angeles Metro)

Gold Line (Los Angeles Metro)


Gold Line (Los Angeles Metro)

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The Gold Line is a light rail line in Los Angeles County's Metro Rail system. The route operates in a "C" shape between Pasadena to the northeast and East Los Angeles to the southeast, passing through downtown Los Angeles. The line is operated by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro).

The Gold Line is the newest rail addition to the Metro Rail system. It serves several tourist attractions, including Little Tokyo, Union Station, Southwest Museum, Chinatown, and the shops of Old Town Pasadena. In Metro internal timetables, the Gold Line is also called Line 804.

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Beginning in East Los Angeles, the Gold Line initially runs west toward Downtown Los Angeles. From its southern terminus at , the line travels west along Third Street to Indiana Street, where it turns north for two blocks to First Street. From here, the line continues west to Little Tokyo, partly through a tunnel under Boyle Heights with two underground stations. At Alameda Street in Little Tokyo, the line turns north and crosses over the Hollywood Freeway, and stops at Union Station on tracks 1 and 2. At Union Station, riders can connect with the Metro Red and Metro Purple Lines.

From Union Station, the Gold Line proceeds north on elevated rail to Chinatown, and then crosses the Los Angeles River adjacent to the Golden State Freeway (Interstate 5). From here, the route continues north/northeast, serving the hillside communities north of...
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