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Heads Up: Oscars to Affect Red Line Subway Service & Buses

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We've told you about Oscar-related curb, street and sidewalk closures as well as parking two zones and today comes information about public transit. Metro Red Line trains will still operate on a regular schedule but will skip the Hollywood/Highland Station without stopping on Sunday, March 7 and there will be no public access to the Hollywood/Highland Metro Red Line station. Regular service will resume on Monday morning. As for buses, lines 212, 312, 217, 222 and 780 will be detoured through Monday March 8. Normal service should resume by 6 a.m. on Tuesday, March 9.