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Metro Red, Purple lines delayed in downtown L.A.

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The Red and Purple Metro lines were experiencing about 20-minute delays Monday afternoon because of equipment problems in downtown Los Angeles, creating problems for rush-hour commuters.

Trains were sharing one track between Union Station and the 7th Street Station downtown as rush-hour commuters waited to go home, transit officials said.

There was no estimate on how long the lines would be affected by the problem.

No additional details were immediately available.


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Photo: Metro Red Line train on a recent day at the Hollywood Station. Credit: Los Angeles Times

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