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Little Tokyo/Arts District is the first stop on the Edward R. Roybal Linea de Oro Eastside Extension which opened on November 15, 2009. It will also be the junction point of the future regional connector, a second underground subway through downtown used by Light Rail trains that will connect the Blue and Expo Lines with the Gold Line allowing through running and might require this station's total rebuilding. This extension has funding and will probably completed by 2020.

Today's Little Tokyo/Arts District Station is along the east side of Alameda Street and has an island platform running between Temple Street (the northern end) and 1 Street (the southern end). The island platform has a central canopy and two more covering TVMs at each end where entrances are. These are both ramps that don't directly connect to crosswalks but require passengers to cross the northbound track to the sidewalk along the east side of the ROW. (there is another on the other side of the station, along Alameda Street).

Artwork: Buffer Zone by Hirokazu Kosaka
All Photos taken on 19 March, 2010

A train curves into the station
A train of P2000s stops at the island platform
Looking up the entrance to the platform
Platform signage
Another platform entrance
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Last Updated: 17 April, 2011
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