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Get a Free Quarterly Transit Pass!

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Interested in trying transit for free? With our new Bruin Commuter Transit Benefit, all new students, new employees and anyone new to transit can ride all quarter for free! Eligible participants can receive a free Go Metro pass and/or BruinGO! Flash Pass. Those who live in areas near Metro stations and stops may qualify for […]

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New to UCLA? Here Are Some Transit-Friendly Neighborhoods

"Los Angeles, USA - June 30, 2011: The Metro Gold Line train bound for Sierra Madre Villa station and east Los Angeles County departs the Chinatown Station."

With the Expo Line extension opening last year and the ongoing Purple Line extension project, taking transit to UCLA has been never easier. Whether you’re a new student or new employee looking to move closer to campus, we’ve created a map to show what areas around Westwood are most accessible to bus or rail stations. […]

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Metro Service Changes Start June 25

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Beginning this Sunday, June 25, Metro is making several changes to its bus service in order to improve efficiency. The Orange Line (between North Hollywood and Reseda Station) and Silver Line (between El Monte and Harbor Gateway) will now operate 24 hours a day. Six additional high-occupancy bus routes will operate at 15-minute frequencies during […]

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Free Wi-Fi Coming to 150 LA Metro Buses

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Commuters will soon be able to surf the internet at no charge as they cruise around Los Angeles. As part of a new pilot program, 150 Metro buses will be outfitted with free wireless capability in the coming weeks. Talk about connection in motion. The buses with WiFi will be randomly assigned to various routes throughout […]

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High Ridership for Expo Line Extension’s First Birthday

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LA Metro’s Expo Line extension—the first light-rail line to hit the westside in over 50 years—marked its one-year anniversary this month. First opening its automatic sliding doors on May 20, 2016, the 6.6-mile extension from Culver City to downtown Santa Monica has averaged more than 1.5 million passengers per month, according to Metro. The only Metro […]

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