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University of Southern California

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City: Los Angeles 

Web site
Directions to and from University of Southern California

Metro Rail - E Line (Expo)

Bus (Harbor Transitway)

The following routes stop at: 37th Street/USC Station, which is located a block east of the campus.

LADOT Transit
Redondo Beach - Downtown LA via Manhattan Beach, El Segundo
Downtown LA - El Segundo
Rancho Palos Verdes - Downtown LA via Harbor City

Los Angeles Metro
Downtown LA - Disneyland via Harbor Transitway & I-105 Fwy
El Monte Station - Downtown LA - Harbor Gateway TC - San Pedro

Torrance Transit
Express: Hawthorne & PCH - Del Amo - Downtown Torrance - Downtown LA

Bus (street level)

The following routes stops on streets on or surrounding the campus. USC Transit shuttles connect between the main campus and other university locations.

California, Nevada, Arizona, Utah

LADOT Transit
Financial District - Expo Park, USC
37th St/USC Station - San Pedro Station
37th Street/USC Station - Southeast Los Angeles
Chatsworth - Downtown LA via Mission Hills
Downtown LA - Thousand Oaks via Warner Center
Thousand Oaks - Downtown LA via Calabasas

Los Angeles Metro
Expo Park/USC - UCLA via Alvarado, Sunset
17th/Broadway - Fairfax/Washington via W. Jefferson
Eagle Rock - Harbor Freeway Station via Figueroa, Exposition Park
LAX Bus Center - South Gate via Coliseum
Hollywood - Athens via Vermont
Harbor Gateway Transit Center - Exposition Park
Metro Rapid: Athens - Hollywood via Vermont Ave

USC Transit
University Park Campus - Health Sciences Campus via Union Station
University Park Campus - Institute for Creative Technologies - Information Sciences Institute