Los Angeles Transportation

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  • 1. Metro

    Metrolink will link you to many differents areas of Los Angeles Country. The red line takes you from Union Station to North Hollywood and stops at many locations along the way and one of these is...

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  • 2. Driving

    Always wear your seat belt otherwise you will receive a ticket. If your passengers are under 18 years of age or do not have a valid California driver's license and they are not wearing their seat...

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  • 3. Taxis

    If you're visiting LA and need cabs for short (or even longer) distances, download the Uber and Lyft apps- the 2013 updates to how you can get a cab. Enter your pickup location, your dropoff and see...

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  • 4. Super Shuttle

    DO NOT, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, USE PRIME TIME SHUTTLE OR IT'S SISTER COMPANY, SHUTTLE2LAX (they're the same company)!! Customer service is non-existent! And don't be fooled by the company's response...

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  • 5. Freeways

    Most people have smart phones these days and Google Maps or Waze can provide current traffic congestion. But, if you don't have a smart phone, you can see live feed of traffic in California by going...

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  • 6. Buses

    Don't assume that bus transportation is horrible in L.A. There are good routes you can take to look around the city and greater area without worrying about someone turning right in front of you...

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  • 7. LAX

    LAX is one of the busiest airports in the world. Every possible international flight can be taken from LAX. Because so many flights are scheduled through LAX, you can book some fairly reasonable air...

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  • 8. Car Rentals

    Most people come to Los Angeles through LAX. And, unfortunately, our public transportation system is not that great. The best alternative to getting around is renting a car. Please be aware that here...

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  • 9. Pacific Surfliner Train

    I have taken the Pacific Surfliner to L.A. from San Diego twice and it has been a pleasant (and punctual) trip each time. I purchased a Business Class ticket to ensure a comfortable seat, but I can't...

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  • 10. Big Blue Bus

    Many times, I have taken the bus to the beach. It's a good way to avoid paying for often pricey beach parking. Here are some convenient (one trip) bus to beach routes. All buses listed are popular...

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  • 11. Parking

    I love the fact that the newer parkings facilities have metered parking that lets you know what parking spots are available on each level. So helpful! Self Parking may be accessed from either Fairfax...

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  • 12. Getty Center

    As you may know, the Getty Center is free, but Parking is not and limited to the parking available inside the parking structure. From the site: New Self-Service Parking Pay Stations Our self-service...

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  • 13. Flyaway Buses

    FlyAway is a series of buses that run to and from LAX to three different destinations(and growing). They are cheap, efficient, clean, and did I say cheap? The airport authority introduced the buses...

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  • 14. DASH Bus

    If you staying in downtown L.A., there is a great, cheap way to know the place. Take the LADOT buses for short-term riding options around downtown without even using a full route Metro bus which is...

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  • 15. Metrolink

    Union Station is the main hub for all trains leading into and out of Los Angeles. The Goldline Metrolink also runs through here. It was built in 1939 and has retained it's beautiful design. Something...

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  • 16. Metro Green Line to LAX

    Getting into LAX is always a headache- either a little one or a migraine. By car, it can be frustratingly long, tricky and expensive (for parking). If manageable, use the free LAX shuttle, which comes...

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  • 17. Metro Day Pass

    Ok so your staying in Los angeles for whatever amount of time you have. You cant afford to hire a car so what do you do You simply buy an all day travel pass that lets you travel on all the bus &...

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  • 18. Limousine

    Are you looking for an affordable transportation service. don't look further we provide transportation service for all occasions. 1. Anniversaries 2. Bachelor’s bachelorettes 3. Birthday 4....

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  • 19. Union Station

    Union Station is the main train station in LA and also the hub for transportation, including freeways regional trains, dozen of local buses and the Metro. Amtrak has many trains for all over the...

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  • 20. Burbank Airport

    I always fly to Burbank airport instead of LAX, here are my inside tips about BUR. The next best airport shadowing LAX is Burbank’s Bob Hope Airport. If your wanting to avoid traffic and crowds of...

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  • 21. Greyhound Buses

    The first time I was ever at the Los Angeles Greyhound station was August 2003. I prepaid for my ticket at home in Colorado and was told to pick it up at the LA station an hour before departure. I was...

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  • 22. Walking

    Enjoy a walking tour of Downtown Los Angeles. It's a part of this city (one of the only) best explored by foot. Very interesting & educational walking tours are offered by the LA Conservancy. I...

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  • 23. Delta Airlines

    yes, I'm a frequent flyer of delta airlines and northwest airlines before it was merged with delta hence it is my favorite ailrine of choice. They have daily flight to and from San Francisco Operated...

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  • 24. American Eagle now Envoy Air

    A subsidiary of Americal Airlines, American Eagle was a regional carrier which in 2014 was rebranded under Envoy Air. This is the largest regional airline with...

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  • 25. How to move around

    WalkingLA isn’t a walkable city, it’s big and the sights are spread all over the city, sometimes in great distance one from the other. You need a vehicle to...

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It's True, You Need A Car

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Sadly, the reality is that if you want to visit LA and get around, you really do need a car. Public Transit in LA is pretty abysmal, unless you know exactly where you want to go and have the...

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