7th St/Metro Center (LACMTA station)

7th St/Metro Center (LACMTA station)

Infobox Station
name=7th Street/Metro Center/Julian Dixon


image_size=250
image_caption=A Long Beach-bound Blue Line train departs 7th/Metro Center
address=660 S. Figueroa St., Los Angeles 90017
line=Street LevelRail color box|system=LACMTATW|line=Harbor TransitwayMiddle LevelRail color box|system=LACMTA|line=BlueLower LevelRail color box|system=LACMTA|line=RedRail color box|system=LACMTA|line=Purple
other=
platform=Blue Line Platform:
Side platforms
Red/Purple Line Platform:
Island platform
parking=None
bicycle=None
passengers=
pass_year=
pass_percent=
opened= Blue Line Platform:
February, 1991
Red/Purple Line Platform:
January 30, 1993
rebuilt=
ADA=Yes
code=
owned=
zone=

7th Street/Metro Center/Julian Dixon station in Los Angeles, California, United States serves as a major stop and transfer point for the Los Angeles County Metro Rail system. It offers transfers to the Red Line and Purple Line subways, and serves as the terminus of the Blue Line light rail line. It will also serve as the terminus of the Expo Line light rail upon its completion. In addition, it is a major stop for all Metro Express buses on the Harbor Transitway, along with 3 Metro Rapid lines, 28 Metro Local lines, and commuter and local services from 9 other agencies. The station serves the businesses (and their many commuters) of Los Angeles's Financial District, in the heart of downtown Los Angeles.

The station has two levels; the lower level is an island platform serving the Red Line and Purple Line subways, while the upper level is a side platform, serving the Blue Line light rail. The station is situated on West 7th Street, with entrances on the corners of 7th and Figueroa Street, 7th and Flower Street, and 7th and Hope Street.

The station's lengthy official name is colloquially shortened to "Seventh and Metro". The station's added surname honors California Congressman Julian Dixon who helped bring funding to the Metro Rail system; he died of a heart attack in 2000.

Future expansion

As part of the Regional Connector project, the Blue Line (and future Expo Line) will be extended from this station north through Downtown Los Angeles (via the Financial District and the Bunker Hill area) to connect with the future Little Tokyo Station on the Gold Line.

Nearby sights and attractions

*Wilshire Grand Hotel
*Seventh Market Place
*Aon Center (Los Angeles)
*Bank of America Center
*Good Samaritan Hospital
*777 Tower
*Citicorp Tower
*Sanwa Plaza
*One Wilshire Plaza
*Bank of California Headquarters
*Richard J. Riordan Central Library
*Union Bank Building
*Westin-Bonaventure Hotel
*444 Building
*Los Angeles Visitors Information Center

Connections

Metro Services

*Metro Local: 14, 16, 18, 20, 21, 26, 37, 51, 52, 53, 55, 60, 62, 66, 70, 76, 78, 79, 81, 316, 350, 352, 355, 366, 376, 378, 381
*Metro Express: 439, 484, 485, 487, 489, 490
*Metro Rapid: 714, 720, 760, 770

Harbor Transitway Services

*Metro Express: 444, 445, 446, 447, 450X*, 460

Other Local and Commuter Services

*Antelope Valley Transit Authority: 785*
*City of Santa Clarita Transit: 799*
*Foothill Transit: 481*, 493*, 497*, 498*, 499*, 699*, Silver Streak
*LADOT Commuter Express*: 409, 422, 423, 430, 431, 437, 438, 448, 534
*LADOT DASH: A, B, C, DD (Weekends Only), E (Weekends Only), F (Weekends Only)
*Montebello Bus Lines: 40, 50, 341*, 342*, 343*
*Orange County Transportation Authority: 701*, 721*
*Santa Monica Big Blue Bus: 10
*Torrance Transit: 1, 2
"* indicates commuter service that operates only during weekday rush hours."

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