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Jefferson/USC (LACMTA station)

Expo Line train arriving at the station.
Station statistics
Address 3214 S Flower Street, University Park, Los Angeles

34°01′17″N 118°16′43″W / 34.0214°N 118.2787°W / 34.0214; -118.2787

Connections Metro Local: 38, 81, 102, 200
Metro Express: 442 (M-F, Peak Only)
LADOT DASH: F, King-East
Platforms 2 side platform
Tracks 2
Parking none
Bicycle facilities 10 bike racks
Other information
Opened April 28, 2012; 2 years ago (2012-04-28)[1]
Owned by Metro
Station status in service
Preceding station   LAMetroLogo.svg Metro Rail   Following station
toward Culver City
Expo Line

Jefferson/USC station is an at-grade light rail station in the Los Angeles County Metro Rail system, located on Flower Street at Jefferson Boulevard, in the University Park neighborhood of Los Angeles. This station is served by the Expo Line.[2]


Metro Rail service

Expo Line service hours are approximately from 4 AM to 12:30 AM daily. Service started on Saturday, April 28, 2012. Regular service began on Monday, April 30, 2012.

Location and design

Jefferson/USC Station is located along the east side of Flower Street, adjacent to the 110 Freeway, just north of Jefferson Boulevard. The station's entrance is on the north side of Jefferson/Flower. Located at the lower end of the Figueroa Corridor, the station serves the northeast corner of the USC main campus, as well as the Galen Center sports complex. Two blocks west of the station is the Shrine Auditorium.

The station's art was created by artist Samuel Rodriguez. The untitled installation creates "a visual narrative that includes fragments of building facades, vintage rail cars, realistically rendered human figures, and fictional characters." [3]


External links

  • Metro Expo Line Construction Authority
  • Project Website, Metro Rail Expo Corridor, Phase 1 to Culver City

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