Beginning June 26, 2016, Metro will be testing All-Door Boarding along the full Silver Line route, allowing for faster boarding and service. All passengers will be required to have a valid TAP card in order to ride the Silver Line.
Patsaouras Bus Plaza Station Project
NORTHBOUND US 101 AT VIGNES ST. ON/OFF-RAMP FOUR MONTH CLOSURE
The northbound US 101 Vignes St on/off-ramps will close for approximately four months, beginning Tuesday, January 3, 2017. This long-term ramp closure is required as construction crews perform project related work at this location.
- What: NB US 101 On/Off-ramp at Vignes St 4-month closure
- When: Beginning Tuesday, January 3, 2017 and continuing for approximately four months.
- Where: NB US 101 on/off-ramps at Vignes St.
- Impact: Road detours, large equipment, cranes & potential noise.
- This closure will continue for approximately four months, depending on schedule of work and progress thereof.
- Commuters may use the US-101at Alameda St. or Mission Rd. as an alternative route.
- Vehicular access re-routed with signage.
Metro Bus Schedule Changes are Coming
Beginning December 11, 2016, Metro is making several changes to improve the efficiency of your bus service. For complete information on schedule changes and revised timetables check metro.net
Metro Bike Share Instructional Video
Check out this brief instructional video and find out how to use the Metro Bikeshare Program.
Metro Keeps LA Moving
The Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) is Metro’s roadmap to improve mobility, provide more transportation options, stimulate our local economy, and create jobs. The vision of this program is to enhance our public transit program by investing in our bus system while expanding our rail system. The plan is also delivering highway improvements such as new carpool lanes and projects that are easing freeway bottlenecks for both auto and truck traffic. And, the plan invests in many other programs, including transit operations, highway maintenance, local street improvements, bicycle and pedestrian connections, and transit services for the disabled.
Pedestrian tunnel between Red Line and Orange Line in NoHo now Open
The new pedestrian tunnel connecting the Orange Line and Red Line stations in North Hollywood is now open. The project should eliminate for many riders the mad dash across busy Lankershim Boulevard to catch a bus or train.
Metro Guided Tours
Take a Guided Tour of the Expo, Red and Purple Line
It’s easy to explore destinations all around town on Metro. Learn how to get started with a FREE guided rail tour of the Metro Expo, Red and Purple Lines.
Metro’s tour guides will provide useful tips on how to:
- Purchase and load a Transit Access Pass (TAP) card
- Plan a trip
- Use Nextrip and Metro’s mobile app
- Transfer between different bus/rail lines
- Identify transit connections and destinations
Learn about Metro’s current and future rail lines and how Metro can become a commuting alternative for you. Bike and safety tips will also be provided.
Tours take place every day and begin at various Metro Rail stations.
Tours are free, however tour guests are responsible for purchasing their own TAP cards. Cards cost $1, and can be loaded with one-way fare ($1.75), roundtrip fare ($3.50) or a Day Pass ($7), which is good for travel all day on any Metro bus or rail line.
To reserve your spot, sign up here. You will receive an email within 48 hours of registering, confirming the date, time and location of your tour.
Please note that tour requests will be processed on a first come, first served basis. There will be a maximum of 20 people on each tour.
Free DASH rides for Metro 7-day or 30-day pass holders
As part of a new pilot program beginning Friday (July 1) and running through Dec. 31,Metro riders with a TAP card loaded with a seven-day or 30-day pass will be able to ride DASH for free.
The project is part of the California Climate Investments, which use proceeds from the state’s cap-and-trade auctions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and provide benefits to communities around the state.
The DASH system — run by the city of Los Angeles — is a great way to make first-and-last mile connections to Metro. Here’s a list of all the lines at the DASH website
Metro Bike Share is Here!
The Metro Bike Share has launched in Downtown Los Angeles! With up to 1000 self-service bikes and up to 65 stations available 24 hours a day and 365 days a year, Metro Bike Share will offer convenient round-the-clock access to a fleet of bicycles for short trips and to get to transit on your schedule. Metro Bike Share will be an additional public transportation option for Angelenos and visitors to get around Downtown Angeles. It is fast, fun and affordable!
The Metro Bike Share station network will provide about twice as many bike parking spaces — or what we refer to as “dock points” — as there are bikes. This maximizes available bike share parking when you arrive at your destination station. You will be able to see real-time bike and dock availability on the app and online station map.
If you already have a Metro TAP card, you can register it and purchase a Monthly or Flex pass. If you don't have a TAP card, purchase a pass and you will receive a shiny new Metro Bike Share registered TAP card.
All-Door Boarding Pilot