Thousands are expected to march this Saturday in downtown Los Angeles
Plan accordingly, we’re here to help.
Whether you’re marching or not, this event will be hard to ignore. Public transportation will be heavily impacted by the number of people headed towards the events, as driving and parking will be nearly impossible. Moovit has the transportation information you need to navigate to/from/or around, the events this Saturday.
- DTLA is served by five Metro Rail lines: the Red/Purple Line subway, the Blue Line, Expo Line and Gold Line.
- As the march takes place, DTLA buses will be in service but will be on detour due to street closures.
- Metro lines 2, 4, 10, 18, 28, 55, 62, 81, 83, 90 and 94 will bring you as close as possible to the march’s starting point.
- Metrolink will be running additional train service to Union Station in DTLA on the Antelope Valley, San Bernardino and Ventura County lines.
Additional details from LA Metro
- To keep passenger flow moving at Pershing Square Station: the 5th/Hill portal will be ENTER ONLY during the march.
- The 4th/Hill portals will be EXIT ONLY. ADA customers/strollers may use the elevator at 5th/Hill in both directions.
- To keep passenger flow moving at Civic Center/Grand Park Station: the Temple Street portal will be ENTER ONLY.
- The 1st/Hill portal will be EXIT ONLY. ADA customers/strollers may use the elevator at Temple Street in both directions.
- The city of West Hollywood is running free shuttles to the Red Line’s Hollywood/Highland Station from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
- More information can be found here.
How to use Moovit on Saturday
- Live updates on service detours and park and ride availability on Twitter at @metroLAalerts and @metrolosangeles via the Moovit Alerts tab
- Identify the Women’s March start and finish locations on the map by logo
- Search “Women’s March @ Pershing Square,” or “Women’s March @ City Hall,” to plan a trip to the events
- Check service alerts that appear when you plan your trip to ensure you have the latest information from LA Metro, Metrolink, LADOT, and more
Here’s what to look for in Moovit
Whatever your plans are, enjoy your weekend, and leave the details to us. You ride, we guide.