Every time you Go Metro, you help reduce air pollution. See how we’re lowering our emissions and working to improve mobility in LA County:
Learn about Metro’s involvement in the FTA Climate Change Adaptation Program .
And for more information on our sustainability and mobility initiatives, visit the Metro Sustainability website or check out the links below:
Metro plays an important role in bike planning across LA County. Visit the Metro Bike page to view bike maps, events and other resources.
Our Rideshare programs offer ridematching for carpoolers and schools, employer-based transit passes, bike support, subsidies for vanpoolers and more.
Metro ExpressLanes also provide enhanced travel options and multi-modal solutions to improve traffic flow on the I-110 and I-10 Freeways.
Electrical Vehicle (EV) Charging Stations
Metro has installed 20 new EV charging stations at our park and ride lots, giving commuters the option to plug in and Go Metro.
Active Travel Options
We’ve introduced a new program called Safe Routes to Schools to encourage the use of alternative travel modes among students, such as walking, biking and public transit.
Metro is taking the lead to form a Countywide Zero-Emission Trucks Collaborative to spur the development and deployment of zero-emission trucks in LA County.
We’re committed to using greener, less polluting construction equipment and vehicles. This commitment is reflected in our Green Construction Policy .
Energy and Resource Use
Metro is continually monitoring its environmental impact and evaluating new ways to harness and reuse energy, as well as reduce energy use. More info .
Our Joint Development Program helps reduce congestion and promote smart growth by encouraging planning and development around stations and transit corridors.