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What's Happening (or Not) Today Due To New Year's Holiday

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With New Year's Day falling on a Saturday, there's some regularly scheduled stuff that is not happening today in observance of the holiday. Today most government offices and courts are closed. Trash collection in the City of L.A. is happening as usual, however. Metrolink is running just two lines today; The Antelope Valley line will operate on a Saturday schedule and the San Bernardino line will run on a Sunday schedule. Metro is on a weekday schedule today, but will offer free rides 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. and run a limited, expanded overnight schedule. Need to get stuff done today? Be savvy: Call or check online before heading out to make sure you can do what you need to do.