La Cienega/Jefferson station

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La Cienega/Jefferson
Expo Line 
La Cienega-Jefferson station - November 2015.jpg
The La Cienega/Jefferson station in November 2015.
Location 5664 W Jefferson Blvd
Los Angeles CA 90016
West Adams
Coordinates 34°01′34″N 118°22′20″W / 34.0260°N 118.3721°W / 34.0260; -118.3721Coordinates: 34°01′34″N 118°22′20″W / 34.0260°N 118.3721°W / 34.0260; -118.3721
Owned by Metro
Platforms 1 center platform
Tracks 2
Connections Metro Local: 35, 37, 38, 105, 217
Metro Rapid: 705, 780
Culver CityBus: 4
Parking 476 spaces
Bicycle facilities 12 bike rack spaces
8 bike lockers
Disabled access Yes
Other information
Status in service
Opened October 17, 1875; 142 years ago (1875-10-17)
Rebuilt April 28, 2012; 6 years ago (2012-04-28)
Previous names Sentous; Cassirani Ranch
Preceding station   LAMetroLogo.svg Metro Rail   Following station
Expo Line
  Former services  
Pacific Electric Pacific Electric
Air Line

La Cienega/Jefferson (formerly Sentous) is an elevated light rail station in the Los Angeles County Metro Rail system. It is located at the intersection of La Cienega Boulevard and Jefferson Boulevard in Los Angeles. This station is served by the Expo Line.[1]


Metro Rail service

Expo Line service hours are approximately from 5 AM to 12:30 AM Sunday through Thursday and approximately from 5 AM to 2:30 AM on Friday and Saturday.[2]

Location and design

Platform Westbound Expo Line Expo Line toward Downtown Santa Monica (Culver City)
Island platform, doors will open on the left
Eastbound Expo Line Expo Line toward 7th Street/Metro Center (Expo/La Brea)

This station will be within walking distance to the following attraction:

A 29-storey skyscraper complex and condominiums across from the station is currently under construction. It will be built by the Carmel Partners firm.[3]

Los Angeles architect Eric Owen Moss has proposed a glass ribbon tower with underground parking with within steps of this station. The tower began construction in late 2017.[4][3]

A large parking structure located just south of the station provides "park-and-ride" access to the station.

The station's art was created by artist Daniel Gonzales. The installation titled "Engraved in Memory"[5] consists of linoleum prints that depict the history of the Ballona Creek and Culver City area.[6]


Originally a stop on the 1875 Los Angeles and Independence Railroad, 1906 Los Angeles Pacific Railroad and 1911 Pacific Electric railroads, it closed on September 30, 1953 with closure of the Santa Monica Air Line and remained out of service until re-opening on Saturday, April 28, 2012. It was completely rebuilt into an elevated station for the opening of the Expo Line from little more than a station stop marker. Regular scheduled service resumed Monday, April 30, 2012.


  1. ^ ".:: EXPO TRAIN ::". 25 October 2011. Retrieved 12 August 2018.
  2. ^ "Metro Expo Line Map" (PDF). Retrieved 2016-07-17.
  3. ^ a b Jennings, Angel (July 9, 2016). "South L.A. slated to get its first high-rise tower. But residents are divided, fear gentrification". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 11 July 2016.
  4. ^ "eric owen moss architects: glass tower". designboom. Archived from the original on April 27, 2009.
  5. ^ ""Engraved in Memory" (2012) by Daniel Gonzalez". PUBLIC ART DATA FOR LOS ANGELES, SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA AND HAWAII. Public Art in Public Places. Retrieved 12 July 2016.
  6. ^ "Expo Art Program". La Cienega Station. Archived from the original on October 4, 2013.

External links

Media related to La Cienega / Jefferson (Los Angeles Metro station) at Wikimedia Commons

  • Metro Expo Line Construction Authority
  • Project Website, Metro Rail Expo Corridor, Phase 1 to Culver City
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