Metro Filming Policy

Filming is permitted at many Metro Rail facilities.  Contact Metro’s filming representative to discuss your particular needs as restrictions on days, hours and types of filming may apply. Metro is happy to discuss your filming needs. For questions and more information: Hollywood Locations 213.725.6828  tnierman@hollywoodlocations.com

Advertising

Metro accepts commercial advertising on the exterior and interiors of our bus and rail fleet, rail and transitway stations; as well as unique pop-up experiences at our rail stations.  Metro does not sell or post advertising directly. Contact our designated agencies to inquire about rates and how to advertise on the Metro system:

Metro Bus System
(bus interiors, exteriors, bus shelters)
OUTFRONT Media
Bryan Canley
323.222.7171
OUTFRONT
Metro Rail System
(stations, train interiors and exteriors)
Intersection
Jeff Thaw
310.498.9149
Intersection website
(bus benches)
Coast United
818.313.8644 or visit benchad.com

Metro Rail Stations

  • A Line (Blue) – Connects Los Angeles and Long Beach
  • B Line (Red) – 17.4 mile subway that runs from Union Station to North Hollywood
  • C Line (Green) – C Line runs between Norwalk and Redondo Beach in the middle of  I-105. At Aviation Bl. the line turns south on its own elevated structure.
  • D Line (Purple) – Shares six stations with the B Line Downtown and continues to the Mid-Wilshire area.
  • E Line (Expo) Connects the Westside to Downtown LA. Two stations  shared with A Line.
  • L Line (Gold) – Operates between downtown Los Angeles and East Pasadena

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