Metro Ramps Up Rail Service on Several L.A.-Area Lines in Anticipation of May Day Crowds

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Passengers travel inside a Metro Red Line station after a man was stabbed on a train on Jan. 13, 2014. (Credit: KTLA)

Los Angeles Metro is increasing rail service for Monday’s May Day march, the agency announced.

Trains on the Gold, Blue, Expo and Green lines will operate on a rush-hour schedule and the Red Line will have a six-car train operating every six minutes, the agency said.

Officials said they expect the busiest stations Monday to be Westlake/MacArthur Park, 7th Street and Metro Center, Grand Park/Civic Center and Union Station downtown.

Metro’s bus service will be changing throughout the day, the agency said, and delays are expected downtown.

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