Metro Line 305, with service from South Los Angeles, Mid-City and West Hollywood to UCLA, was discontinued effective Sunday, June 17th. For those individuals that have been impacted, UCLA Transportation would like to offer a few alternate routes:

 
Metro 2/302: This route mirrors the old 305 route along Sunset Blvd. between West Hollywood and UCLA. Line 30/330 now follows the former 305 route between Sunset and Pico, connecting to the 2/302 at Sunset.

Metro 720: This route provides an east-west connection via Wilshire Blvd., with the nearest stop to campus at Wilshire/Westwood. Most north-south bus routes that cross Wilshire Blvd. have convenient connections to the 720.

Expo Line: The Metro Expo Line provides service from Downtown LA to Culver City (beginning on June 20th), primarily via Exposition Blvd. At Culver City, riders can connect to the Santa Monica Big Blue Bus Line 12 (UCLA Hilgard Terminal) or Super 12 (UCLA Ackerman Terminal).  Customers in the 305’s former service area can connect to the Expo Line via several Metro Rapid lines: 710 (Crenshaw), 757 (Western) and 754 (Vermont). Please note that, in addition to the Metro pass, regular riders on this route would need to purchase a BruinGo Flash Pass ($33 per quarter), which allows unlimited rides on Big Blue Bus and Culver CityBus.

Green Line: The Metro Green Line provides service from Norwalk to Redondo Beach, primarily along the I-105 (Century Freeway) Corridor. At the Green Line’s Aviation Station, riders can connect to the Culver CityBus Rapid 6, with service to UCLA’s Ackerman Terminal via Sepulveda Blvd.  Customers in the 305’s former service area can connect to the Green Line via several Metro Rapid lines: 710 (Crenshaw), 757 (Western), 754 (Vermont) and 745 (Broadway). Please note that, in addition to the Metro pass, regular riders on this route would need to purchase a BruinGo Flash Pass ($33 per quarter), which allows unlimited rides on Big Blue Bus and Culver CityBus. All Green Line stations also have park-and-ride facilities.

You can also use online tools such as Google Transit to determine the best route for you.