Silver Line (Los Angeles Metro) - Hours of Operation

Hours of Operation

Weekdays: Every 4–8 minutes during the peak hour period, 15 minutes off-peak, 30-40 minutes during late night
Saturdays: Every 20 minutes during the day, 60 minutes between 8:00p.m.-9:00p.m., 40 minutes during late night
Sundays/Holidays: Every 30 minutes during the day, 60 minutes between 8:00p.m.-9:00p.m., 40 minutes during late night

First and last service to El Monte Station

Northbound to Downtown Los Angeles and Eastbound to El Monte Station
  • First Bus to El Monte On Mondays-Fridays: 5:00 am
  • First Bus to El Monte On Saturdays, Sundays/Holidays: 4:59 am
  • Last Bus to El Monte On Mondays-Thursdays, Sundays/Holidays:12:56 am
  • Last Bus to El Monte on Fridays & Saturdays Nights: 1:56 am

First and last service to Harbor Gateway Transit Center

Westbound to Downtown Los Angeles and Southbound to Harbor Gateway Transit Center
  • First Bus to Harbor Gateway Transit Center on On Mondays-Fridays: 3:31 am
  • First Bus to Harbor Gateway Transit Center on Weekends and Holidays: 5:00 am
  • Last Bus to Harbor Gateway Transit Center On Mondays-Thursdays, Sundays/Holidays: 12:57 am
  • Last Bus to Harbor Gateway Transit Center On Fridays & Saturdays Nights: 2:00 am

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