Metro Rider’s Guide
Whether you are visiting Los Angeles for the first time or making lifestyle changes to your daily routine, use this guide to get started on your car-free adventures around the city.
Fares can be paid using cash (exact change) or a TAP card. Regular fare is $1.75 and is good for 2 hrs of unlimited transfers in one direction.
Fare can be paid using cash (exact change) or a TAP card. Regular fare is $1.75 and is good for 2 hrs of unlimited transfers in one direction.
Map of the Greater Los Angeles area with all Metro modes and lines. The system map includes all subway lines and bus routes.
Metro rail refers to the A, B, C, D, E and L Lines (Blue, Red, Green, Purple, Expo and Gold) . There is a total of 93 stations in the system, each offering connections to Metro bus.
Public transportation options to the Los Angeles (LAX), Long Beach (LGB) and Burbank (BUR) airports. Plan your trip Los Angeles Airport (LAX) To Union Station FlyAway: FlyAway offers service to
When riding Metro it’s ok to bring your Strollers, Luggage, Mobility Devices, Bikes. There is no eating or drinking allowed on platforms, trains and buses. Strollers Strollers are welcome on
Two children under the age of five can travel for free with each fare-paying adult on bus or rail. Children age five and over must pay fare in order to
Where can I park my car? Everything you need to know about parking at Metro stations and how to purchase parking passes.
Go Metro to Dodger Stadium by connecting with the Stadium Express at two convenient locations – Union Station or the South Bay. Union Station is served by many Metro and
Metro has partnered with Transit app to help make riding and trip planning easier and more accurate. Download today.
Bikes are a great way to get to and from a transit stop. Integrating bicycling with public transit can greatly expand your travel range. Bike Map Bike Share PROMO Access 24
Metro strives to ensure that its services are fully accessible to all of our customers, including those with disabilities.
There are limitless options when deciding how to get where you are going, and often combining several modes is your best option. As we focus our efforts on sharing the
On The Move Riders Clubs located throughout LA County provide peer-to-peer training and outings for older adults to make mass transit a familiar and enjoyable means of independent travel.
Metro is partnering with a growing number of colleges to offer reduced fare to a broader range of college students. Participating colleges expedite the process by administering the U-Pass enrollment