Pacific/Randolph station – Wikipedia

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Proposed light rail station

General information
Location Randolph St.
Huntington Park, California

33°59′08″N 118°13′31″W / 33.985455°N 118.225208°W / 33.985455; -118.225208Coordinates: 33°59′08″N 118°13′31″W / 33.985455°N 118.225208°W / 33.985455; -118.225208

Other information
Status Planned
Opened c. 1903 (Pacific Electric)
Closed 1938 (Pacific Electric)
Rebuilt 2033–2035 (estimated)
Future service
Former services

Pacific/Randolph is a planned light rail station in Huntington Park, California. It will operate as part of the Los Angeles County Metro Rail system.[1][2] It is part of the West Santa Ana Branch Transit Corridor project. Measure M funds are programmed for a scheduled completion in 2041, though the station may be constructed for an opening between 2033 and 2035.[3][4]

The station site formerly served as a Pacific Electric interurban stop on the Yorba Linda Line. Los Angeles Railway J streetcars operated on Pacific Boulevard and also stopped here.[5] Pacific Electric Red Car service ended in 1938, while Los Angeles Railway Yellow Cars ran until 1963.


  1. ^

    Sharp, Steven (October 17, 2019). “Metro Unveils TOD Concepts for West Santa Ana Branch Stations”. Urbanize LA. Retrieved 19 September 2020.

  2. ^ Pacific Electric ROW / West Santa Ana Branch Corridor Alternatives Analysis Report (PDF). Metro (Report). Southern California Association of Governments. Retrieved 6 September 2020.
  3. ^ Sharp, Steven (17 January 2022). “Metro staff recommend Union Station route for West Santa Ana Branch”. Urbanize. Retrieved 21 January 2022.
  4. ^ 2021-0724 – WEST SANTA ANA BRANCH TRANSIT CORRIDOR PROJECT (Report). Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority. January 19, 2022. p. 2. Retrieved 21 January 2022.
  5. ^ H.P. Noordwal (1938). “Route Map Los Angeles Railway Electric Car and Bus Routes” (Map). Barry Lawrence Ruderman Antique Maps Inc. Los Angeles Railway. “Alternate link” (Map). via Google.