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Metro’s Silver Line now provides express service for faster travel between San Pedro, Downtown LA and El Monte.

The Silver Line Express 950X runs during the weekday morning and afternoon rush hours and makes limited stops in the Harbor area and on the I-110 Freeway including: San Pedro, Pacific Coast Highway Station, Carson Station, Figueroa/190th, Harbor Gateway Transit Center and Harbor Freeway Station.

Express service shares the same stops and stations in Downtown LA and on the I-10 Freeway as the 910, the Silver Line’s regular route. For more details, see the Service and Connections tabs.

More Service on the Silver Line

We’ve also extended the Silver Line’s regular route to provide service to and from San Pedro on weekdays during mid-day and late night hours, and on weekends all day.

Ride Silver Line to Work, Shop or Play

Take advantage of the Silver Line's frequent, direct connections to destinations such as:

  • STAPLES Center
  • L.A. LIVE
  • The Music Center
  • The Broad Museum
  • LA Convention Center
  • LA Coliseum
  • California Science Center
  • Olvera Street
  • USC
  • Cal State LA
  • Battleship USS Iowa
  • And more!


Metro Silver Line Route

Metro Silver Line Map

The Silver Line 910 and Silver Line Express 950X share the same stations and stops in Downtown LA and on the I-10 Freeway. However, the Silver Line Express 950X makes fewer stops on the I-110 Freeway to allow for faster service to and from San Pedro, Downtown LA and El Monte.

Express Stations and Stops

  • I-10 Freeway: Same as Silver Line 910
  • Downtown LA: Same as Silver Line 910
  • I-110 Freeway & South Bay: San Pedro, Pacific Coast Highway Station, Carson Station, Figueroa/190th, Harbor Gateway Transit Center and Harbor Freeway Station

To view the complete list of stations and stops, click here.

Express Frequency

During the weekday morning and afternoon rush hours, the Silver Line Express 950X runs:

  • To El Monte/Downtown LA: Every 10 minutes from Harbor Gateway Transit Center and every 20 minutes from San Pedro
  • To Harbor Gateway Transit Center: Every 10 minutes
  • To San Pedro: Every 20 minutes

Fares

The fare for both the Silver Line 910 and Silver Line Express 950X is $2.50. Transfers from either line are free for up to two hours when using a TAP card.

When transferring from a local line to either line, there is a $0.75 upcharge. For more information, click here.


Metro Silver Line Connections and Destinations

Metro Silver Line Map

 San Pedro

 I-110 Freeway & South Bay

 Downtown LA

 I-10 Freeway

Connecting Bus/Rail Service

Bus service to and from each Metro Rail station is available from Metro and community bus lines. Connections to Metro Red, Purple, Blue, Expo, Green and Gold Lines provide service to Hollywood, Koreatown, Pasadena, Long Beach, Redondo Beach, Norwalk and LAX (via a connecting free shuttle).

Connections can also be made to Metrolink commuter rail service and Amtrak at Union Station. Use the Trip Planner to find the best route.


Silver Line All-Door Boarding Pilot

Beginning June 26, 2016, Metro will be testing All-Door Boarding along the full Silver Line route, allowing for faster boarding and service. All passengers will be required to have a valid TAP card in order to ride the Silver Line.

If you have fare on your TAP card, board at the front or rear door. Tap the mobile validator inside the bus and wait for the green screen to verify that your card is valid.

Need to reload your TAP card?
To add fare to your card, board at the front door and ask to reload. You will be instructed to tap your card, insert money into the farebox, and tap your card again on the TAP dial. Any unused value will be saved for your next ride.    

TAP cards can also be purchased or reloaded online at taptogo.net, by calling 866.TAPTOGO, at over 400 vendor locations and at any TAP vending machine. 


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