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Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority

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Metro is the local transit system in most part of Los Angeles County. Metro operates buses primarily in the City of Los Angeles and rail service throughout LA county. Metro's services connect with other transit operators throughout the region.

Metro's web site

Metro Rail
A Line - 7th Street/Metro (Downtown LA) - Long Beach
B Line - Union Station - Downtown LA - Hollywood - North Hollywood
C Line - Norwalk - El Segundo
D Line - Union Station - Downtown LA - Wilshire/Western
E Line - 7th Street/Metro (Downtown LA) - Santa Monica
K Line - Expo/Crenshaw - Westchester/Veterans
L Line - Azusa - Pasadena - Union Station - East Los Angeles
Transitway/Bus Rapid Transit
G Line - North Hollywood - Chatsworth
J Line - El Monte Station - Downtown LA - Harbor Gateway Transit Center - San Pedro
Fleet info, service change list

Enter the Stop ID (shown on the bus stop sign) above.

LA Metro announcments

Featured destinations



Cities served by Metro

Metro provides rail and local mainline bus service in those cities/communities. Other agencies like Long Beach Transit, AVTA and Foothill Transit provide mainline bus service in other parts of the LA County. Most cities in the county also run intra-city shuttle/circulator routes.

See list