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Metro Arrival Time Screens Now Working

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Taken Friday night at the Universal City Red Line Station | Photo by Zach Behrens/LAist

Finally. After being delightfully teased for months on end by Metro with their new LCD screens hanging in subway stations with blank "next train arrival" info, the moment has finally come. Late last week, Metro began to "phase in" the arrival info starting in the Valley and Hollywood. Metro says expect to see this operating system wide within the next month.

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