Metro has a fleet of over 1,200 vehicles in service covering over 35,000 miles across Los Angeles, one of the United State’s largest, most populous counties.
The Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension, opening in 2016, will extend the existing Gold Line east from Pasadena. The first phase will travel more than 11 miles from Sierra Madre Villa Station, with stations in the cities of Arcadia, Monrovia, Duarte, Irwindale and Azusa.
The Gold Line now averages over 40,000 average weekday riders, double the average weekday ridership in 2009. With more frequent trains during morning and afternoon rush hours and longer train sets, we got you.
With community walk-in locations throughout LA county, a 24-hour toll free number and an online trip planner you can get help however you prefer.
By fall 2016, all light rail vehicles will offer wi-fi connectivity aboard all train sets and on platforms to help you stay connected to the things that matter most.
Metro strives to ensure that our over 200 bus and rail routes are fully accessible to all of our customers, including those with disabilities.