Metro Rider’s Guide
Whether you are visiting Los Angeles for the first time or making lifestyle changes to your daily routine, use this guide to get started on your car-free adventures around the city.
Accessibility on Metro
Metro strives to ensure that its services are fully accessible to all of our customers, including those with disabilities.
GoPass for K-12 and Community College Students
Students at participating K-12 and Community Colleges can enjoy the freedom of going anywhere, anytime for FREE on Metro and buses and trains.
Check to see if your school has GoPass.
Go Metro on Game Day
Go Metro to SoFi Stadium, the LA Coliseum, BMO Stadium, Crypto.com Arena, the Rose Bowl or Dodger Stadium on game day. Metro’s bus and rail lines will help get you past
Parking Ordinance Versions
Download the PDF Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority Administrative Code Title 8METRO Parking Ordinance Chapter 8-01 General 8-01-010 Authority to RegulateThe Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s (“METRO”) authority
How to Pay
TAP is a reloadable fare card that offers the most convenient and flexible way to pay your fare on Metro bus and rail. It is also valid for travel with 25
Fares, Passes and Discounts
How much to ride Metro and how to pay. Daily, weekly, monthly passes, and reduced fares.
Metro Small Employer Pass (SEP) Program
Metro’s Small Employer Pass Program is a reduced cost annual fare program option for small to medium-sized businesses within LA County. Overview Your 2024 SEP Continued Participation enrollment is only
Metro is partnering with a growing number of colleges to offer reduced fare to a broader range of college students. Participating colleges expedite the process by administering the U-Pass enrollment
On the Move Riders Program
On The Move Riders Clubs located throughout LA County provide peer-to-peer training and outings for older adults to make mass transit a familiar and enjoyable means of independent travel.
Metro Rideshare/Shared Mobility
There are multiple options when deciding how to get where you’re going, and sometimes combining more than one mode is your best option. As we focus our efforts on sharing
How to Ride Metro Bus
Fares can be paid using cash (exact change) or a TAP card. Regular fare is $1.75 and is good for 2 hrs of unlimited transfers in one direction.
Bike and Transit
Bikes are a great way to get to and from a transit stop. Integrating bicycling with public transit can greatly expand your travel range. Bike Map Here for your essential Travel
Meet Transit. Metro’s official app
Metro has partnered with Transit app to help make riding and trip planning easier and more accurate. Download today.
Dodger Stadium Express
Go Metro to Dodger Stadium by connecting with the Stadium Express at two convenient locations – Union Station or the South Bay.