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How many stations does the Los Angeles Metro red line have?

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The Los Angeles Metro red line stops at 14 stations. The line runs between Union Station and North Hollywood, with stops in downtown, Vermont, Hollywood and Universal City. Union Station connects the red line to the purple and yellow Metro lines, as well as the silver Metro Liner line.

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The station at 7th and Metro Center connects the red line to the purple, blue and expo lines. The station at Wilshire and Vermont provides the final connection between the red and purple lines, which share a total of six stations. The North Hollywood line connects to the orange Metro Liner route.

Union Station also connects the Metro to the Amtrak and Metrolink regional rail lines.

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