The Los Angeles metro map shows all the stations and lines of the Los Angeles metro. This metro map of Los Angeles will allow you to easily plan your routes in the metro of Los Angeles in USA. The Los Angeles metro map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Most public transportation in Los Angeles is handled by Metro, which offers maps, schedules and trip-planning help through Metro map Los Angeles. To ride Metro trains and buses in Los Angeles, buy a reusable TAP card. Available from TAP vending machines at Los Angeles Metro stations with a $1 surcharge.
The Los Angeles County Metro Rail is the mass transit rail system of Los Angeles County (see the Metro map of Los Angeles). Los Angeles metro is run by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority and is the indirect descendant of the Pacific Electric Red Car system and Los Angeles Railway
The Metro Rail network consists of two subway lines, four light-rail lines and two express bus lines. Six metro lines converge in Downtown as you can see in Metro map Los Angeles. Most metro lines in Los Angeles run from around 4:30am to 1am Sunday to Thursday, and until around 2:30am on Friday and Saturday nights.
The Los Angeles subway map shows all the stations and lines of the Los Angeles subway. This subway map of Los Angeles will allow you to easily plan your routes in the subway of Los Angeles en USA. The Los Angeles subway map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Los Angeles subway system is the ninth busiest in the United States and Los Angeles light rail system is the country second busiest. The Los Angeles rail system includes the Red line and Purple subway lines, as well as the Gold, Blue, and Green light subway lines as its shown in Los Angeles subway map.
The Los Angeles Subway is the rapid transit system of the city of Los Angeles, California. While all Los Angeles streetcar lines were closed down by 1963 in favor of using automobiles on an extensive freeway system (see Los Angeles subway map), the immense volume of traffic generated by the automobiles of 14 million people in the greater metropolitan area eventually led to renewed support for mass transit.
The first fully underground subway, the Red Line of Los Angeles, opened in 1993 after seven years of construction (see Los Angeles subway map). Originally designated as one line with two branches, the subway was later re-designated as two lines, the Red Line running from downtown Los Angeles northwest to Hollywood and North Hollywood.