Supportive Transit Parking Program Master Plan
On Tuesday, January 9, 2018 the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) is hosting a Workshop for our agency stakeholders including cities, transit agencies, and Transportation Management Associations in Los Angeles County to discuss the draft Supportive Transit Parking Program (“STPP Master Plan”) Master Plan, introduced to the Board in November 2017.
The STPP Master Plan identifies innovative strategies for management of Metro’s parking facilities, including parking management and planning policies, operations, enforcement, and maintenance and technology integration. Metro staff will present the STPP Master Plan to Metro’s Board of Directors for final adoption at the end of January 2018.
In this workshop, we will review the work completed to date on the STPP Master Plan, and answer additional questions from agency representatives on the Master Plan.
The time and location of the event is provided below:
Date & Time:
Tuesday January 9, 2018
6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Gateway Plaza Conference Room, 3 rd Floor
One Gateway Plaza
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Whether you’re catching a bus or train, or meeting a carpool or vanpool, Park & Ride lots can make your commute easier. Metro offers more than 150 convenient Park & Ride locations county-wide.
Regional Park & Ride Lots - Park & Ride Lots in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and Ventura counties.
Metro Park & Ride lots by line
Free or Paid
Most of Metro’s Park & Ride lots include both free and paid reserved spaces. Free spaces are available on a first-come, first-served basis for transit users. Metro also has reserved monthly parking at select locations and paid daily parking at the most high demand stations.
Monthly parking permits are available at select Metro stations. Monthly parking permits are issued on a first-come, first-served basis. To find a list of locations where Metro monthly parking permits are available, please go to lametroparking.net .
Monthly parking permits at some locations are sold out and have wait lists. You can sign up for the wait list and will be notified when a space becomes available. While on the wait list, you can purchase daily parking at one of our pay stations, via the Metro Parking mobile app or online at parkatmetro.net .
Paying for a monthly parking secures you an assigned space until a dedicated time between 9 and 11 am. After this time, all spaces become available to transit patrons. Each location is different, so be sure to check the signs at the location or lametroparking.net for details.
At Metro’s highest demand parking lots, all parking is paid with a daily rate. To pay, users will need to key in their license plate and TAP card numbers.
You can pay your daily parking in any of the following three ways:
- In-person at a pay station machine, located near the station entrances.
- By using the new Metro Parking mobile app payment option. Download the app in the App Store or on Google Play.
- Or online by going to parkatmetro.net
For mobile and online payment, zone numbers for payment locations are listed below:
|Universal City North||Red||201|
|North Hollywood North||Red||203|
|North Hollywood South||Red||204|
|North Hollywood West||Red||205|
|North Hollywood Chandler||Red||206|
|17 th St/SMC||Expo||501|
|El Monte Southeast||Silver||701|
|El Monte Gunderson||Silver||702|
|El Monte Lot A||Silver||705|
|El Monte Lot B||Silver||706|
If you have a monthly parking permit you do not need to pay for daily parking. Your current monthly permit will convert to be compatible with the new systems, with no further charges.
Questions? Please refer to our frequently asked questions.