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103rd Street/Watts Towers (Los Angeles Metro station)

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103rd Street/Watts Towers (Los Angeles Metro station)

103rd Street/Watts Towers
The LA Metro station, adjacent to the historic Watts Station
Location 10100 Grandee Avenue, Los Angeles
Owned by Metro
Line(s)  Blue Line 
Platforms 1 center platform
Tracks 2
Parking 62 spaces
Bicycle facilities none
Disabled access Yes
Other information
Status in service
Opened July 14, 1990
Preceding station   Metro Rail   Following station
Blue Line

103rd Street/Watts Towers station is an at grade light rail station on the Los Angeles County Metro Blue Line.[1]

The station has an island platform on the Blue Line right-of-way adjacent to Grandee Avenue near the intersection of 103rd Street roughly in the center of Watts neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. It is adjacent to the Watts Station, which historically served the Watts, Long Beach, and San Pedro lines of the Pacific Electric Railway.

The station is named after Kenneth Hahn, the long-term LA County supervisor for South Central Los Angeles (and father of former Los Angeles Mayor James Hahn) whose support was also instrumental in getting the Blue Line built.


  • Station layout 1
  • Service 2
    • Metro Rail service 2.1
    • Bus connections 2.2
  • Neighborhood and destinations 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Station layout

Southbound  Blue Line toward Downtown Long Beach (Willowbrook/Rosa Parks)
Northbound  Blue Line toward 7th Street/Metro Center (Firestone)


Metro Rail service

Blue Line service hours are approximately from 5:00 am until 12:45 am daily.[2]

Bus connections

Neighborhood and destinations


  1. ^ "Blue Line station information" (PDF). Archived from the original on 2009-06-22. Retrieved 2009-06-20. 
  2. ^ "Blue Line timetable" (PDF). Retrieved 2010-05-10. 

External links

  • Metro website

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