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Metro Service Changes Start June 25


OrangeLineMetroBeginning 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 peak hours:

  • 105 - West Hollywood-Vernon via La Cienega Blvd. - Vernon Ave.
  • 110 - Playa Vista-Bell Gardens via Jefferson Blvd. - Gage Ave.
  • 234 - Sylmar-Sherman Oaks-West Los Angeles via Sepulveda Blvd.
  • 705 - West Hollywood-Vernon via La Cienega Blvd. - Vernon Ave.
  • 710 - Wilshire Center-South Bay Galleria via Crenshaw Blvd.
  • 750 - Warner Center-Universal Studios via Ventura Blvd.

For a complete list of changes, click here. The new timetable can be found here.


Big Blue Bus wants your input on proposed service changes


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When the second and final phase of Metro’s Expo Line opens in early 2016, a light rail connection will link Santa Monica, West LA, Culver City and downtown LA. The closest station to UCLA will be at Westwood Blvd. and Exposition Blvd., two miles south of campus.

Santa Monica Big Blue Bus (BBB) is currently reevaluating all of its bus routes, looking to leverage the full length of the Expo Line to improve overall public transit service throughout the Westside--several of BBB's proposed changes negatively impact service to UCLA. BBB’s resources to provide bus service, however, will remain relatively unchanged, meaning that any new or enhanced routes will also be accompanied by reduced or eliminated service on other routes within the BBB system. BBB has released an initial set of proposed service changes, which can be viewed at These are only draft recommendations, and BBB is looking for your input on the proposed changes. If you have concerns regarding particular routes, or would like to suggest a new route, make your voice heard. Submit your comments to or complete a survey at

UCLA employees and students will also have another opportunity to provide input at an on-campus community meeting which will be announced and take place at the beginning of Fall Quarter.