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The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, also known as MTA, is a transit planner, coordinator, designer, builder and operator. It serves more than 9 million people on an over 1,400-square-mile service area. The authority operates a fleet of nearly 2,000 buses and approximately 70 miles of metro rail line. The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority funds more than 15 municipal bus operators and a range of transportation projects, including bikeways, pedestrian facilities, local roads, highway improvements and call boxes. The authority employs over 9,200 mechanics, construction engineers and safety inspectors. It is governed by Los Angeles County in California.
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Extra Phones

Phone: (213) 922-2000

Phone: (213) 922-6000

Primary Phone: (323) 466-3876

Phone: (213) 922-4859

Phone: (213) 922-6217

Fax: (213) 922-7447

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Los Angeles County Municipal Transportation Authority

I used to drive, but since I come from a city with plenty of buses & subways, I feel that I can do the same here out in Los Angeles.

The Los Angeles County Municipal Transportation Authority offers a fine service if You Use It Right & Plan Out Your Time.

You can pretty much get around to any place in Los Angeles County, but sometimes You will need to give yourself 1 to 2 hours depending on where you are going.

They offer plenty of buses and subways & light rail trains & Today, you can go from Santa Monica Beach all the way to Downtown Los Angeles, Down to Long Beach & Up to Hollywood, North Hollywood, Pasadena and as far along as Arcadia & even Azusa, etc.

They're even adding More such as the Crenshaw Line to the Airport & the Purple Line to Beverly Hills, Century City & UCLA.

Howard Paul Shore

PS: Back on Wednesday, August 10, 2016, I Met John Naber, Olympic Gold Medalist Signing Autographs At The Culver City Station. Wow!