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Gold Line Extension Could Open Mid-November

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According to a report posted on Metro's website, it appears the Gold Line Eastside Extension could be opening on Saturday, November 14th. It is listed in a powerpoint presentation (.pdf) meant for a board committee meeting this Wednesday.

The 6-mile extension will run from Union Station to East LA and stop at eight stations.

Previously on LAist: Gold Line Eastside Extension Begins Regular Testing