Contents 1 Current LADOT transit services 1.1 DASH 1.2 Commuter Express 1.3 CityRide 2 References 3 External links


Current LADOT transit services[edit] DASH[edit] DASH (Downtown Area Short Hop) currently operates 30 routes covering Downtown Los Angeles and many outlying communities within the City. Its primary function is to provide localized service, and is a feeder into the countywide MTA Metro service. A typical DASH bus. DASH Community Routes include: Beachwood Canyon (connects with the Metro Red Line) (LADOT community connection #208) Boyle Heights/East LA (EX LACMTA #255, connects with Metro Gold Line) Chesterfield Square (connects with the Metro Blue Line) Crenshaw (connects with Metro Expo Line and soon Crenshaw/LAX Line) Downtown A: Little Tokyo/City West (connects with Metro Red Line, Metro Purple Line, Metro Gold Line, Metro Blue Line and Metro Expo Line) Downtown B: Chinatown/Financial District (connects with the Metro Red Line, Metro Gold Line, Metro Blue Line, Metrolink Lines: Ventura County, Antelope Valley, San Bernardino, 91, Riverside, and Orange County, and Amtrak lines: Pacific Surfliner, Coast Starlight, Sunset Limited, Southwest Chief, and Texas Eagle Downtown D: Union Station/South Park (connects with the Metro Red Line, Metro Gold Line, Metro Blue Line, Metro Expo Line, Metrolink Lines: Ventura County, Antelope Valley, San Bernardino, 91, Riverside, and Orange County, and Amtrak lines: Pacific Surfliner, Coast Starlight, Sunset Limited, Southwest Chief, and Texas Eagle Downtown E: City West/Financial District (connects with the Metro Red Line, Metro Blue Line, Metro Purple Line, and Metro Expo Line) Downtown F: Financial District Exposition Park, L.A. Coliseum/USC (connects with the Metro Red Line Metro Blue Line, Metro Purple Line and Metro Expo Line) El Sereno/City Terrace Fairfax Highland Park/Eagle Rock (connects with Metro Gold Line) Hollywood (connects with the Metro Red Line) Hollywood/Wilshire (Larchmont Shuttle) (connects with the Metro Red Line, Metro Purple Line) King-East (connects with Metro Blue Line and Metro Expo Line) Leimert Park/ Slauson Lincoln Heights /Chinatown (connects with the Metro Gold Line) Los Feliz (weekdays)/Weekend Observatory Shuttle (connects with the Metro Red Line) (LADOT community connection #203) Midtown (connects with the Metro Expo Line) Northridge (connects with Metrolink Line: Ventura County) Observatory (connects with the Metro Red Line) Panorama City/Van Nuys (connects with the Metro Orange Line, Metrolink Line: Ventura County) Pico Union/Echo Park (connects with the Metro Red Line, Metro Purple Line and Metro Blue Line) San Pedro (LADOT community connection #147) Southeast/Pueblo Del Rio (connects with the Metro Blue Line) Van Nuys/Studio City (connects with the Metro Orange Line) Vermont/Main Watts (connects with the Metro Blue Line, Metro Green Line) Wilmington Wilshire Center/Koreatown (connects with the Metro Red Line, Metro Purple Line ) Most DASH buses are El Dorado EZ-Rider vehicles powered by propane, although CNG Gillig BRTs have since been introduced. The first two digits of DASH bus numbers denote which year the bus came into service. For instance, 98001 denotes 1998 and 06301 denotes 2006. All DASH buses are 30 feet (9.1 m) long, making it easier to navigate in dense neighborhoods where there are narrower streets and tighter turns. Commuter Express[edit] Commuter Express is an express bus service, consisting of 13 routes, all but one running during rush hours only. Service started in 1985.[3] Routes 419, 423, 431, 437, 438, and 448 are former Metro lines that were cancelled;[4] Route 142 was previously operated by Long Beach Transit.[5] Fares are based on a flat rate for travel on streets plus an extra charge based on the distance traveled on freeways. Unless otherwise noted, all service operates towards Downtown LA during the AM rush and from Downtown LA during the PM rush. For the purposes of this chart, closed-door means that customers are not allowed to use buses for local trips and open-door means that customers are allowed to use buses for local trips. Route Terminals via Notes 142 [6] San Pedro Ports O'Call Long Beach Transit Mall 7th Street, Ocean Boulevard Daily service Open-door along the entire route 409 [7] Sylmar Foothill Boulevard and Glenoaks Boulevard Downtown LA Hill Street and 12th Street San Fernando Valley: Foothill Boulevard Downtown LA: Flower & Figueroa Streets, 7th Street Closed-door within Sunland, Tujunga and Downtown LA, open-door elsewhere 419 [8] Chatsworth Station Downtown LA University of Southern California San Fernando Valley: Devonshire Street Downtown LA: Hill Street, Figueroa Street Closed-door between Alpine and 8th Streets in Downtown LA, open-door elsewhere 422 [9] Thousand Oaks The Oaks Shopping Center Downtown LA University of Southern California Ventura County: Thousand Oaks Boulevard, Agora Road Downtown LA: Figueroa & Flower Streets Service operates towards Thousand Oaks in the AM rush and towards Downtown LA in the PM rush Closed-door within Downtown LA, open-door elsewhere 423 [10] Thousand Oaks Thousand Oaks Transit Center Downtown LA University of Southern California Ventura County: Agora Road, Ventura Boulevard Downtown LA: Figueroa & Flower Streets Closed-door within Downtown LA, open-door elsewhere 431 [11] Westwood VA Medical Center Park and Ride Downtown LA Union Station Westside: Wilshire Boulevard, Beverly Glen Boulevard Downtown LA: Venice Boulevard, Figueroa & Flower Streets, Grand & Olive Streets Closed-door along the entire route 437 [12] Venice Pacific Avenue and Washington Boulevard Downtown LA Temple Street and Los Angeles Street Westside: Culver Boulevard Downtown LA: Figueroa & Flower Streets, Grand & Olive Streets Closed-door along the entire route 438 [13] Downtown LA Temple Street and Los Angeles Street Redondo Beach Palos Verdes Boulevard and Via Valencia Downtown LA Figueroa & Flower Streets Beach Cities: Highland Avenue, Hermosa Avenue Closed-door along the entire route 448 [14] Downtown LA Temple Street and Los Angeles Street Rancho Palos Verdes Crest Road and Crenshaw Boulevard Downtown LA: Figueroa & Flower Streets South Bay: Hawthorne Boulevard, Pacific Coast Highway Closed-door along the entire route 534 [15] Westwood Wilshire Boulevard and Veteran Avenue Downtown LA Union Station Westside: Wilshire Boulevard, Olympic Boulevard Downtown LA: Figueroa & Flower Streets, 1st Street Operates towards Westwood in the AM rush and towards Downtown in the PM rush Open-door along the entire route 549 [16] Encino Encino Park and Ride Pasadena Lake Gold Line station Burbank Boulevard, Ventura Freeway Service is provided in both directions during peak hours. This is a service with only designated pick up points between cities operating as a limited stop service. 573 [17] Mission Hills Chatsworth Street and Orion Street Century City Constellation Boulevard and Century Park West San Fernando Valley: Balboa Boulevard Westwood: Gayley Avenue, Wilshire Boulevard Service is provided in both directions during peak hours. Closed-door along the entire route, except at the Encino Park and Ride 574 [18] Sylmar Metrolink station El Segundo Space Park Drive and Aviation Boulevard San Fernando Valley: Balboa Boulevard, Chatsworth Street South Bay: Sepulveda Boulevard, Aviation Boulevard Service operates towards the South Bay in the AM rush and towards Sylmar in the PM rush Closed-door within the San Fernando Valley and south of Century Boulevard Union Station/Bunker Hill Shuttle [19] Downtown LA Union Station Bunker Hill Hope Street and 4th Street Grand Avenue Operates towards Bunker Hill in the AM rush and towards Union Station in the PM rush Open-door along the entire route Commuter Express services are provided by a variety of suburban vehicles, including Gillig Phantoms, Neoplan Metroliners, and Stewart & Stevenson Apollo T-40s. Also part of the fleet are a small number of CNG powered Orion V coaches. CityRide[edit] CityRide is a program for individuals in the City of Los Angeles, aged 65 or older and for qualified disabled persons.


References[edit] ^ "Operating Groups : Department of Transportation : City of Los Angeles". LADOT. 29 September 2013. Archived from the original on 2013-09-29. Retrieved 2017-07-22.  ^ "L.A. Dot", Lyrics from "HOORAY FOR NORTH HOLLYWOOD" (Episodes 95 and 96) Animaniacs Mega Lyrics File ^ LADOT Short Range Transit Plan FY 2011-12, Retrieved 2014-09-20 ^ 1985 RTD Bus Map, Retrieved 2014-09-20 ^ 1989 RTD Bus System Map, Retrieved 2014-09-20 ^ Commuter Express 142 ^ Commuter Express409 ^ Commuter Express 419 ^ Commuter Express 422 ^ Commuter Express 423 ^ Commuter Express 431 ^ Commuter Express 437 ^ Commuter Express 438 ^ Commuter Express 448 ^ Commuter Express 534 ^ Commuter Express 549 ^ Commuter Express 573 ^ Commuter Express 574 ^ Union station/bunker Hill Shuttle


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