The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) will offer bus shuttle service to the SoFi Stadium in Inglewood for both pre-season and regular NFL home games.
Metro’s bus shuttle service to SoFi Stadium will operate from the C Line (Green) Hawthorne/Lennox Station. Shuttle service will run every 5-8 minutes approximately 3 hours before kick-off and approximately 1.5 hours after each game. The shuttle will run as-needed during the game.
The shuttle is designed to connect with C Line (Green) rail service, which runs every 15 minutes between Norwalk and Redondo Beach. Many C Line (Green) stations offer free parking on weekends. The pick-up/drop-off location for the shuttle is located on northbound Hawthorne Boulevard just south of the station exit.
The shuttle will run express service from there for the two-mile trip to So-Fi Stadium. Shuttle service will begin operating Saturday, August 14 for the pre-season game against the Los Angeles Rams and the Los Angeles Chargers.
Shuttle services will be in place during SoFi’s three pre-season and 18 regular season NFL games. The shuttle service is free, but normal fares apply on Metro Rail and parking fees apply at selected Metro C Line (Green) station lots on weekends.
In addition to the shuttle service, the following Metro Bus lines also offer service to SoFi Stadium and operate all year long: Line 115 (Manchester Ave.), Line 117 (Century Blvd.) and Line 212 (La Brea/Prairie). Patrons can get arrival information and more by planning their trip with Metro’s Transit app. Schedules for these lines can also be viewed on www.metro.net
For more information and trip planning tips, visit www.metro.net/gameday.
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