Red line metro map Los Angeles
LA metro red line map. Red line metro map Los Angeles (California - USA) to print. Red line metro map Los Angeles (California - USA) to download. The first section of Los Angeles subway system, the red line metro of Los Angeles, opened to the public, after seven years of construction, on 30 January 1993 in downtown Los Angeles map between Union Station and Westlake/MacArthur Park. In 1996 it was extended westwards to Wilshire/Western, and in 1999 the branch to Hollywood/Vine started operating, before it eventually reached its northwestern North Hollywood terminus of red line metro Los Angeles in 2000.
The distance between Hollywood/Highland and Universal City stations is 5.2 km as the red line metro of Los Angeles crosses the Santa Monica Mountains, which separate Los Angeles from the San Fernando Valley. The entire Los Angeles Metro Red Line is underground. All stations boast interesting designs. Due to the city geographical situation, tunnels had to be built to resist earthquakes up to magnitude 7.5. Rolling stock was bought from Breda (Italy); power is supplied via a third rail. From the Metro Red Line North Hollywood terminus map an exclusive right-of-way to be used by rapid bus transit was built. This 22 km route with 13 stops is promoted as the Metro Orange Line and opened on 29 Oct 2005.
The red line metro of Los Angeles (Direction: North Hollywood Station) has 14 stations departing from Union Station (as its shown in the map) and ending at North Hollywood Station. The red line metro Los Angeles schedule for the coming week: Starts at 00:01 and ends at 23:41. The first stop of the subway red line metro Los Angeles is Union Station and the last stop is North Hollywood Station. The red line metro Los Angeles (Direction: North Hollywood Station) is in service every day.