|Location||2510 S Sepulveda Blvd|
|Platforms||1 center platform|
|Opened||October 17, 1875|
|Rebuilt||May 20, 2016|
|Previous names||Home Junction, Vervain|
Location and design
|Platform||Westbound||← Expo Line toward Downtown Santa Monica (Expo/Bundy)|
|Island platform, doors will open on the left|
|Eastbound||→ Expo Line toward 7th Street/Metro Center (Westwood/Rancho Park) →|
Located at the intersection of Sepulveda Boulevard and Exposition Boulevard in West Los Angeles, the station is a short distance from the major intersection of Sepulveda and Pico Boulevards. The station is elevated over Sepulveda Boulevard with a single center platform. A new two story parking structure was also built to the south of the station.
The Final Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for Expo Phase 2 designated this station as at-grade. However, the report also included a design option for an elevated station should the additional funds become available. The $5.3 million cost difference was ultimately allocated by the Los Angeles City Council on 18 March 2011 and the elevated option was approved by the Expo Board on the same day.
A concrete processing plant located just north of the station site, on the west side of Sepulveda between Exposition and Pico Boulevards, was purchased by Casden Properties, who plans to build a large mixed-use transit development on the site, including 538 apartments and a Target store 
Originally "Vervain" station, it was renamed "Home Junction" when it became the junction point with the Soldier's Home Branch, a route heading north along the west side of Sepulveda Boulevard to the Streetcar Depot building on the Sawtelle Veterans Home grounds. 
Much of the former right-of-way for the Home Branch can be seen, but it is no longer contiguous as various sections have been sold and developed.
- Metro Local: 234
- Metro Rapid: 734, 788 (Valley–Westside Express)
- Culver CityBus: 6, Rapid 6
- Santa Monica Big Blue Bus: 7, Rapid 7, 17
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Category:Expo / Sepulveda (Los Angeles Metro station).|
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- Bloomekatz, Ari (February 05, 2010) "Officials approve plans for Expo Line route on Westside" Los Angeles Times
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- "Cas Den Properties". casdenproperties.com. Retrieved 12 August 2018.
- "Casden's Pico-Sepulveda Project Jumps on Expo Line Bandwagon". Retrieved 12 August 2018.
- Los Angeles Herald. "The Railroads." March 1 1890. page 2.
- Los Angeles Herald. "The Iron Highways." June 14 1890. page 2.
- Curbed Staff (November 24, 2014) "Expo Line Extension is 80 Percent Done; See the New Stations" Curbed Los Angeles