Transportation Resources
List of Transportation Services providers in Los Angeles County.

Bus & Rail Basics:
Click for Maps, Timetables, Fares, Passes, Park and Ride Locations for Los Angeles County Metro service.

METRO Trip Planner:
Los Angeles County Metro helps you plan your next bus and/or rail trip throughout the County using their online trip planning tool.

Community Shuttles: Los Angeles County Public Works administers Shuttles in the Acton/Agua Dulce area, Athens, Avocado Heights/Bassett/West Valinda areas, the East Los Angeles area, the East Valinda area, Florence-Firestone/Walnut Park, Lennox, the Los Nietos area, the South Whittier area, the Willowbrook area, and for the Edmund D. Edelman Children’s Court. They also work with other governmental agencies to provide local transportation services.  Visit their site for details on transit pass subsidy programs, Dial-a-ride services, recreational transit services and shuttle services, rates and ridership eligibility – http://ladpw.org/PDD/Transit/Page_02.cfm.

 511
511 is a free phone number and website that provides traffic, public transit and commuter service information to Southern California. Call 511 or visit Go511.com to get all the information you need to make smart traveling decisions: check traffic speeds, plan a trip on a bus or train, and find a carpool or vanpool partner. 511 will help improve your commute and keep you informed about travel conditions both before you leave the house and while you are on the road.

211 and Mobility Management
Mobility management is an innovative approach for managing and delivering coordinated transportation services to customers, including older adults, people with disabilities, and individuals with lower incomes. 211 maintains information about local transportation services in their comprehensive resource database so that transportation referrals can be provided along with referrals to health and social services. To learn more about Mobility Management integration with 211 services, read about the 211 California Mobility Management Pilot Project http://www.cairs.org/211/Mobility.htm.

Getting to LAX – Los Angeles World Airports
Los Angeles Airport can be reached using several modes of ground transportion including the FlyAway Buses, LAX Shuttle & Airline Connection, bus and light rail, and shared vans.
LAX has a 24-hour LAX Cell Phone Waiting Lot where motorists meeting arriving passengers can wait for free, until passengers call to say they are ready to be picked up in the Central Terminal Area. The lot is located at 9011 Airport Boulevard, north of the intersection of Airport Boulevard and Arbor Vitae/Westchester Parkway. LAX’s website also provides on-line, real-time flight status and traffice information.

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