West Hollywood Transit Service Information
- Special Transit Services Brochure [PDF]
Information about transit services for adults aged 62 and older or who have disabilities..
- Transit Services Evaluation and Plan [PDF]
Local Transit Services
- Cityline Shuttles
Free shuttles around town plus service to Hollywood and Highland during rush-hour and on Saturday nights.
- Commuter Center
Located at the West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce offices, the Commuter Center provides MTA, Rail and DASH bus route maps for residents and visitors.
- DASH Interactive Map
Use this map provided by the L.A. Department of Transportation for route and fare information.
- Metro Bus and Rail Routes
A link to information on Metro bus routes,rail routes, trip planners and more.
- WeHo PickUp
West Hollywood's free weekend trolley that runs along Santa Monica Boulevard.
- WeHo Sunset Trip
The Sunset Strip's free nightlife trolley that runs along the Sunset Strip.
Additional Transit Options for Adults aged 62+ and those with Disabilities
- Access Services ADA Paratransit Access Services is the ADA paratransit provider for Los Angeles County. For more information click here.
- Bus Pass Subsidy
The City offers a subsidy to the Metro monthly bus pass for Senior or Disabled Orange TAP Card holders. Applications for the discounted TAP cards are available at www.metro.net.
Free curb to curb and door to door transportation by advance reservation for residents 62 and older and disabled of any age.
- On-Call Transportation Program
The City offers an on-call transportation subsidy program to West Hollywood residents over the age of 62 or who are disabled of any age.
- Title VI Notice to the Public
The City of West Hollywood operates its transportation programs and services without regard to race, color or national origin in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act.
- ADA Information In compliance with 49 CFR, Section 37.161 (c), the City of West Hollywood provides accommodations to ensure equal access by individuals with disabilities when riding the City's public transportation services. Members of the public have the right to request reasonable modifications in order to use the City's services., and a passenger who believes that s/he has been subject to discriminatory treatment or has been denied access to transit services on the basis of disability has the right to file a complaint. Requests for modification may be made with the city’s contractor either by telephone or in writing. Complaints must be filed within two weeks of the alleged incident.
Want to find out the best way to get from here to there on transit? Try the Transit feature on Google Maps!
Want to know exactly when your shuttle will arrive? CityLine and LA Metro can be found on NextBus to help passengers see real-time arrival information. (More information about how to use NextBus [PDF])