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Los Angeles Metro G Line

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🚍 Bus rapid transit: Chatsworth - North Hollywood Station
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24 hour service.

G Line (formerly Orange Line) is a Bus Rapid Transit line through San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles. The G Line operates on an exclusive busway in a manner similar to light rail. Passengers pay fare at the ticket machines on the station platforms and board the bus through any door.

Service runs every 4-5 minutes during weekday peak hours, every 10 minutes midday and weekend daytime, and every 20 minutes from 8pm until after midnight. Service is extended to about 2am on Friday and Saturday nights. Selected day time trips operating between North Hollywood and Canoga.

Overnight service runs between Hollywood and Reseda.

In North Hollywood, the Orange Line connects with Metro B Line subway to Hollywood and Downtown LA. G Line also connects with Metrolink and Amtrak at Chatsworth.

Warner Center was formerly served by the G Line. To access the Warner Center area, transfer to Metro Bus 601 shuttle at Canoga Station.

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