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Meet The Stations

By looking at the three new stations that opened with the Regional Connector, we can see how much more of Downtown is now accessible via convenient transit access.

Grand Av Arts/Bunker Hill Station

As the first rail station with direct access to Bunker Hill, this station improves access to some of the region’s top cultural attractions and 8 million square feet of office space.

Bunker Hill/Grand Av Arts Station
Bunker Hill/Grand Av Arts Station
Walt Disney Concert Hall
The Music Center
The Broad
Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA)
Bunker Hill Office Towers
Pez Cantina
Nick & Stef's

Historic Broadway Station

Located just steps from Grand Central Market, this station is the gateway to both historic Broadway and the area’s courts and civic institutions.

Historic Broadway Station
Los Angeles City Hall
Grand Park
Angels Flight
Grand Central Market
Los Angeles Superior Court
The Bradbury Building
Maccheroni Republic

Little Tokyo-Arts District Station

Located between two of Downtown’s most popular neighborhood destinations, Little Tokyo and the Arts District, this station is surrounded by eclectic shops, distinct dining experiences, and some of the hottest nightlife in LA.

Little Tokyo/Arts District Station
Little Tokyo/Arts District Station
Geffen Contemporary at MOCA
Japanese American National Museum
James Irvine Japanese Garden
Angel City Brewery
De La Nonna
Sushi Gen
Sushi Kaneyoshi
Then Let's Go
Wolf & Crane
About the Art
Ralph Gilbert's, "Performance on the Streets of LA" at Historic Broadway Station

"The images are subjective evocations of a world of performance and artistry that, even while rarely credited, contribute to the richness of the city."
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