Los Angeles Metro Rail Stations

Although Los Angeles is known for (and even notorious for) its expansive freeway system and an innumerable volume of cars, the city's rail network covers a geographical area greater than that of the London Underground. The Metro Rail system stretches out from Downtown Los Angeles and consists of more than 100 miles of railway line throughout the city and its surrounding areas. It features two rapid transit subway lines (the Red Line and the Purple Line) and four light rail lines (the Blue Line, the Green Line, the Expo Line and the Gold Line) which serve 93 stations. How many of these stations can you name?

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RED LINE
7th Street/Metro Center
Civic Center/Grand Park
Hollywood/Highland
Hollywood/Vine
Hollywood/Western
North Hollywood
Pershing Square
Union Station
Universal City/Studio City
Vermont/Beverly
Vermont/Santa Monica
Vermont/Sunset
Westlake/MacArthur Park
Wilshire/Vermont
 
PURPLE LINE
7th Street/Metro Center
Civic Center/Grand Park
Pershing Square
Union Station
Westlake/MacArthur Park
Wilshire/Normandie
Wilshire/Vermont
Wilshire/Western
BLUE LINE
1st Street
5th Street
7th Street/Metro Center
103rd Street/Watts Towers
Anaheim Street
Artesia
Compton
Del Amo
Downtown Long Beach
Firestone
Florence
Grand/LATTC
Pacific Avenue
Pacific Coast Highway
Pico
San Pedro Street
Slauson
Vernon
Willowbrook/Rosa Parks
Willow Street
Wardlow
Washington
 
EXPO LINE
7th Street/Metro Center
17th Street/SMC
26th Street/Bergamot
Culver City
Downtown Santa Monica
Expo/Bundy
Expo/Crenshaw
Expo/La Brea
Exposition Park/USC
Expo/Sepulveda
Expo/Vermont
Expo/Western
Farmdale
Jefferson/USC
La Cienega/Jefferson
LATTC/Ortho Institute
Palms
Pico
Westwood/Rancho Park
GREEN LINE
Avalon
Aviation/LAX
Crenshaw
Douglas
Norwalk
El Segundo
Harbor Freeway
Hawthorne/Lennox
Lakewood Boulevard
Long Beach Boulevard
Mariposa
Redondo Beach
Vermont/Athens
Willowbrook/Rosa Parks
 
GOLD LINE
Allen
APU/Citrus College
Arcadia
Atlantic
Azusa Downtown
Chinatown
Del Mar
Duarte/City of Hope
East LA Civic Center
Fillmore
Heritage Square
Highland Park
Indiana
Irwindale
Lake
Lincoln/Cypress
Little Tokyo/Arts District
Maravilla
Mariachi Plaza
Memorial Park
Monrovia
Pico/Aliso
Sierra Madre Villa
Soto
South Pasadena
Southwest Museum
Union Station
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Level 56
Apr 10, 2020
NOOooooooo, I was going to make this quiz......but u made it ;-; Though it's great and the Map work is amazing. But Los Angeles Metro Rail has only 2 underground subway lines which are obviously not bigger than London Underground and the rest are light rail.
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Level 89
Apr 10, 2020
Thanks for the comment. My comment regarding the comparison to London's metro system was referring merely to geographical area. London's metro system is primarily, though not exclusively underground. Los Angeles' metro system is primarily, though not exclusively light rail. If we're talking about underground systems, London wins, hands down. But over a broad geographical area, Los Angeles' unified metro system (as opposed to the Network Rail system that branches out from the London Underground) is larger.