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We’re making improvements to bus service in Warner Center.

Starting June 24, 2018, Canoga and Chatsworth stations will serve as endpoints on the Orange Line and will make way for the new Warner Center Shuttle. In addition to the new Warner Center Shuttle, Metro bus routes serving Warner Center have been modified to provide more area access and direct connections to the Orange Line at Canoga Station.

The Warner Center Shuttle will serve 10 new stops in and around Warner Center seven days a week, every 10 minutes during most times of the day. Explore restaurants and shopping, hit the gym before or after work, or check a few items off your to-do list, all without the hassles of driving and parking.

Warner Center Shuttle side view


Orange Line – The Orange Line branch terminating at Warner Center Station will now end at Canoga Station. The existing service to Warner Center Station will be replaced by a frequent Shuttle service that will improve access from the Orange Line to Westfield Topanga, The Village, Warner Center Corporate Park, Kaiser Permanente and other nearby locations.

Warner Center Shuttle – Line 601 – New Shuttle bus service will be implemented in Warner Center to replace the existing single Orange Line stop at Warner Center Station. Operating from the Canoga Orange Line Station, the new Shuttle provides 10 new stops improving access to Westfield Topanga, The Village, Warner Center Corporate Park, Kaiser Permanente and other nearby locations. The Shuttle will operate seven days a week, every 10 minutes during most times of the day. In addition to the new Warner Center Shuttle, Metro bus routes serving Warner Center have been modified to provide more area access and direct connections to the Orange Line at Canoga Station.

The following bus lines will be modified:

Line 150 – To provide faster service to destinations north of Warner Center, Line 150 will now remain on Topanga Canyon Bl from Ventura Bl to Sherman Way in both directions.

Line 161 – The route will now provide two-way service on Canoga Av from Ventura Bl to the Canoga Orange Line Station.

Line 164 – To improve service for the majority of passengers with destinations east and west of Warner Center, Line 164 will now remain on Victory Bl between Topanga Canyon and Owensmouth Av in both directions, and maintain a direct connection with the Orange Line at De Soto Av and Victory Bl.

Line 169 – Service will be extended north to the Canoga Orange Line Station, continuing on Topanga Canyon, east on Victory Bl and north on Canoga Av to the station. The eastbound route will operate over the same streets.

Line 245 – Service will remain unchanged.

Line 750 – The route will be extended further north to Canoga Station via Owensmouth Av, east on Victory Bl and north on Canoga Av to the Orange Line Station. The eastbound route will operate over the same streets.

The Shuttle will cost the same fare as any other local ride on the Metro system, $1.75 one way. When using a valid TAP card, the fare includes transfers to other Metro lines for up to two hours to complete a one-way trip.

Warner Center Shuttle Map


Boarding platforms at Canoga Station will be reassigned to accommodate Lines 161, 169, 601 Warner Center Shuttle and 750 which will now be serving this station. It will be an improvement for Orange Line riders who will now board at one single location, platform #2, for all eastbound trips to North Hollywood. Previously, patrons had to alternate with platform # 4 if the eastbound Orange Line was coming from Warner Center. Permanent signage at the station will be updated to reflect the changes just before the June 24 launch date. The complete list of boarding locations at Canoga Station is as follows:

  • Platform #1 Orange Line to Chatsworth
  • Platform #2 Orange Line to North Hollywood
  • Platform #3 Metro Line 169, Orange Line Discharge Only
  • Platform #4 Metro Lines 161, 601 Warner Center Shuttle & 750

A map of the station layout is shown below:

Map of the station layout


New Shuttle bus service will be implemented in Warner Center to replace the existing single Orange Line stop at Warner Center Station. Operating from the Canoga Orange Line Station, the new Shuttle provides 10 new stops improving access to Westfield Topanga, The Village, Warner Center Corporate Park, Kaiser Permanente and other nearby locations. The Shuttle will operate seven days a week, every 10 minutes during most times of the day.

The Shuttle will cost the same fare as any other local ride on the Metro system, $1.75 one way. When using a valid TAP card, the fare includes transfers to other Metro lines for up to two hours to complete a one-way trip.

Warner Center Shuttle Map


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