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Route Schedules

Effective: June 7, 2021C1

Killam Circulator

Effective: June 7, 2021C2

Green Ranch Circulator

Effective: June 7, 2021C3

Riverside Circulator

Effective: October 20, 2020I

Santa Maria

Effective: October 20, 20202A

San Bernardo/Social Security

Effective: October 20, 20202B

San Bernardo/Calton

Effective: October 20, 20203

Convent/McPherson

Effective: October 20, 20204

Springfield

Effective: October 20, 20205

Tilden/Municipal Court

Effective: October 20, 20206

Cedar/Health Clinic

Effective: October 20, 20207

Ladrillera/El Cuatro

Effective: October 20, 20208A

Medical Center

Effective: October 20, 20208B

Villa Del Sol/Cheyenne

Effective: October 20, 20209

Market/New York

Effective: October 20, 202010

Corpus Christi

Effective: October 20, 202011

Gustavus/Airport

Effective: October 20, 202012A

Del Mar Express

Effective: October 20, 202012B

Shiloh Express

Effective: October 20, 202013

Heritage Park

Effective: October 20, 202014

Santa Rita

Effective: October 20, 202017

Mines/Industrial Park

Effective: October 20, 202016

Casa Verde/Del Mar

Effective: October 20, 202019

Santo Niño/Larga Vista

Effective: October 20, 202020

Los Angeles/Sierra Vista

Sours: https://elmetrotransit.com/maps-schedules/route-schedules/

Los Angeles Metro and Bus

LA Metro and Bus
Realtime bus and Metro rail predictions and trip planner directly from Metro, serving Los Angeles County.

-Realtime LA Metro Bus (Next Bus) predictions for schedule for every Metro bus stop in Los Angeles with auto refresh direct from Metro.
-Realtime LA Metro Rail predictions for schedule for every Metro station in Los Angeles.
-Location based bus stop finder to locate Metro bus stops nearby.
-Save commonly used bus stops and Metro stations into your Favorites list for easy access.
-Download the Go Metro Rail map into the app for easy navigation
-LA Transit Trip Planner (new)
-In app purchase to go Ad-Free
-Set your preferred start page.
-Optional spoken text to speech on route predictions.
-Smartphone and tablet compatibility.
-And of course, FREE
-Best LA Metro Bus app in the market.

If you like this application, consider upgrading to the LA Metro Bus ad-free version in the app.

Join the LA Metro Bus Android app community page and get access to beta releases before everyone else: https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/114041763324209163181

Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Los-Angeles-Metro-Bus-App/118102788350341

You must have network access to use these resources. All data provided by Metro.

Android Permissions
INTERNET - Access the internet access to get live LA Metro data
ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE - Check if the device has internet access to get live LA Metro data
ACCESS_FINE_LOCATION - Find your location so you can find nearby bus stops
WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE - Write data, such as your favorites and app settings
READ_GSERVICES - To access Google maps
BILLING - For upgrading to premium version if you choose to
CAMERA - To let you scan the QR code at bus stops

Sours: https://play.google.com/
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L.A. Metro Buses and Trains

Metro Rapid Bus in Santa Monica

Metro Routes and Schedules

You can use the Trip Planner on Metro's website to find routes and schedules. You can also use the Trip Planner in conjunction with your search for accommodations, to find out if a hotel has convenient access to a Metro bus or train that goes directly to the attractions you want to visit. Easy access to a B (Red) Line train station is especially important for tourists, since the train will take you to/from Hollywood, Universal Studios and downtown Los Angeles. The Metro Trip Planner includes Metro buses and trains as well as DASH, Metrolink, Santa Monica Blue Bus, Culver City and other local municipal bus lines.

How to Use L.A. Metro's Trip Planner

Metro's Trip Planner is a valuable tool that lets you plan your public transportation routes in advance, before you arrive in Los Angeles.

  • Visit the Metro website home page (metro.net) and find the Trip Planner on the right side.
  • Enter your starting and ending points, for example:
    • Starting Point: LAX
    • Destination: Hollywood and Highland
    • -or-
    • Starting Point: 6801 Hollywood Blvd
    • Destination: Universal Studios
  • Click "Get Directions" (if applicable)
  • The Trip Planner will then show you various possible routes to your destination. Click on a radio button to select the route and view the schedule.

Metro Trip Planner Tips

  • You can find the Metro Trip Planner at Metro.net
  • If there are no results, you might need to click the "BACK" link and set a longer maximum walking distance.
  • You can use street addresses or words to describe your origin and/or destination. For example, "6801 Hollywood Blvd" or "Hollywood and Highland"
  • If you allow metro.net to access your location, it will use your current position as the Starting Point.

Metro Trip Planner Destinations

  • For the Convention Center in downtown L.A., use "LA Convention Center" in the Metro Trip Planner.
  • Santa Monica Beach: Take the Metro Rail E (Expo) Line train from downtown L.A. to destinations in Santa Monica. (Example Trip Planner destinations are: "Santa Monica Beach," "Santa Monica Pier," and "Santa Monica Promenade"). The E (Expo) Line has a terminus at 7th Street Metro Station in downtown L.A. - this station is easy to reach from Hollywood using the B (Red) Line train).
  • Metro Rapid Line 460 - Disneyland Express
  • Hollywood Boulevard: Take the B (Red) Line train to Hollywood and Highland station (use "Hollywood/Highland" in the Metro Trip Planner), or Hollywood and Vine station ("Hollywood/Vine St").
  • Universal Studios: At the B (Red) Line Universal Station, go up to the street level and cross Lankershim Blvd to the free shuttle that takes you up the hill to CityWalk and Universal Studios. (Use "Universal Studios" or "Universal Station" in the Trip Planner)
  • Disneyland: The Disneyland Express - Metro Express Line 460 - travels from downtown L.A. to Disneyland and back. For routes and schedule, type "Disneyland" the Destination field of the Trip Planner.

Metro Line Letters

Metro is changing Line designators from names to letters, to accommodate expansion.
  • A Line (Blue) - [rail] Downtown L.A. to Long Beach
  • B Line (Red) - [rail] Downtown L.A. to Hollywood
  • C Line (Green) - [rail] Redondo Beach to Norwalk (crosses paths with the A Line)
  • D Line (Purple) - [rail] Downtown L.A. to Mid-Wilshire [expansion: Miracle Mile (2023), Beverly Hills (2025) and Westwood (TBD)]
  • E Line (Expo) - [rail] Downtown L.A. to USC, Culver City and Santa Monica
  • G Line (Orange) - [bus] B Line terminus to destinations in the San Fernando Valley
  • J Line (Silver) - [bus] Downtown L.A. to San Pedro
  • L Line (Gold) - [rail] Downtown L.A. (Union Station, Little Tokyo) to Pasadena
Metro Local Bus at Chinese Theater in Hollywood

Metro Vehicles and Other Agencies

Metro operates buses and trains throughout various areas of Los Angeles:

  •  Trains and Light Rail Cars  - Metro operates underground subway trains, as well as light rail cars that run at the street level. Metro trains mostly service the L.A. metropolitan basin.
  •  Red Buses  - Metro Rapid buses take less time to reach the destination, but they service less bus stops, meaning you might have to walk farther to reach your intended destination.
  •  Orange Buses  - Metro Local buses take longer to reach the destination, but they service more bus stops, allowing you to get closer to your intended destination. (Note: During peak hours, orange buses might be used for Metro Rapid)
  •  Silver Buses  - Metro J (Silver) Line buses service a route that connects El Monte in East L.A. to San Pedro in the South Bay. This bus line is more of a commuter route that passes through tourist destinations in Downtown L.A. and Exposition Park. However most other bus lines cost less and are more flexible for tourists.
  •  More Silver Buses  - Metro G (Orange) Line buses service routes that connects points in the San Fernando Valley to the Metro B (Red) Line station in North Hollywood. This bus line is a commuter route and tourists might never see it.

Other Agencies (not Metro)

The L.A. Bus Services page has links to these, and more bus agencies:

  •  Green Buses  - Culver City bus lines service destinations to and from Culver City.
  •  Blue Buses  - Santa Monica bus lines service destinations to and from Santa Monica.
  •  White/Blue Buses  - DASH bus lines (by L.A. DOT) connect popular destinations within Los Angeles. Rather than travel on a single street like most bus lines, these buses make circuits of a local area.
  •  Light Blue Buses  - FlyAway bus lines connect popular destinations with LAX airport. For one or two travelers, this is an economical solution (compared to taxi) to get from LAX to downtown L.A.
Ticket Vending Machine at a Metro Train Station

How to Pay Bus or Train Fare

  • Buses - you can pay cash, or scan a TAP card at the fare box. Try to have the exact fare handy, because bus drivers do not give change if you overpay.
  • Trains - scan a TAP card at the gate. You can buy a TAP card and load it at vending machines outside of the gate. *NOTE* Some of the light rail train platforms do not have vending machines.
  • Click here for more info about Metro Fares at Metro's website.

How to Buy a TAP Card

  • Visit taptogo.net to locate a Metro Customer Center that sells TAP cards, or buy one online and the card will be sent to you in the mail.
  • Trains - At vending machines outside of gates at Metro Rail stations. *NOTE* Some of the light rail train platforms do not have vending machines.
  • Buses - You can buy a TAP card that includes a Metro Day Pass.
  • Click here for more info about Metro TAP Cards at Metro's website.
Bicycle Lockers at Metro Civic Center Train Station

Bicycles on Metro Buses and Trains

  • Taking a Bicycle - There is room to store your bicycle, or stand with it, on Metro buses and trains. The procedure varies, but only two-wheeled pedal-powered bicycles are allowed. See the Bike Metro website for rules and tips for taking bicycles on the bus or train.
  • Locking a Bicycle - Many bus and train station offer bike racks for locking and leaving your bicycle at the station while you ride.
  • Storing a Bicycle - Metro offers a limited number of bicycle storage lockers on a first-come-first-served basis. Lockers are rented six months at a time, and the locker needs to be reserved by mailing in a form.
  • Bike Metro - rules, tips and more information about taking bicycles on Metro buses and trains.

Metro Bike Share - rent a bicycle at one of dozens of stations in downtown L.A. This is a new program offered by Metro. See the website for details, rates and locations.

Metro Accessibility

  • Most train stations are accessible via elevator or ramp. The trains can be boarded without a ramp. .
  • Metro buses have ramps and can lean. Some buses offer enhanced anchors and more room to navigate.
  • Metro Riders with Disabilities - More information about Metro accessibility.
Sours: https://latourist.com/index.php?page=metro

Maps & Schedules

Metro buses run throughout the Omaha metro, with service to Ralston, La Vista, Bellevue, Papillion and Council Bluffs. 

Metro buses are not in service on most major holidays.

If you need assistance finding a route, map or schedule, please contact Metro Customer Serviceat 402-341-0800 or 402-341-0807 (TDD).

Metro System Map

System Map

View the entire Metro bus network at a glance with our interactive system map. Toggle on routes, Park & Ride lots or fare vendor locations to get started. 

Explore Our System Map

MyRideOMA is available on the App Store, Google Play, on the web and via text.

MyRide OMA

Riding the bus just got easier.

Plan your trip, track your bus, and sign up for news updates and arrival times with MyRide OMA, your friendly transit companion.

How to Use MyRide OMA

Sours: https://www.ometro.com/maps-schedules/

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METRO

The METRO has Bus routes operating across Los Angeles including: Glendale, Van Nuys, Pasadena, Downtown, Inglewood, Westlake, Boyle Heights, Burbank, Compton, East Los Angeles.

The longest line from the METRO is: 460. This Bus route starts from Disneyland Employee's Entrance (Anaheim) and ends at Maple Lot (Downtown, La). It covers over 60 km and has 71 stops.

The shortest line is: C LINE (GREEN) - SOFI STADIUM. This Bus line begins from Hawthorne / Lennox Station (Lennox) and finishes at Sofi Stadium Transit Center (Inglewood). It runs through 3 km with 2 stops.

According to Moovit Insights, the most popular lines for METRO are 20, 4, 167, 102, 233.

The headquarter offices of the METRO are located in: Los Angeles

Looking for a specific METRO Bus schedule? All METRO lines and schedules in Los Angeles can be found in the Moovit App. Moovit gives you directions for METRO routes and provides helpful step-by-step navigation.

Sours: https://moovitapp.com/index/en/public_transit-lines-Los_Angeles_CA-302-1177
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