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Other Transit Resources
Other Transit Resources

The Local Transit Services Directory (also known as RIDEINFO) is a referral service which matches an individual's transportation needs with available accessible transportation. Access does not endorse, recommend, or guarantee the quality or availability of any transportation provider. Each participating agency should be contacted to verify the correct information.

To look up local transit information:

  • Use the "Select Areas Served" drop-down menu to view information about Local Transit Services.
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For more information:

Metro (Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority) offers a number of programs to enhance mobility -

On The Move Rider's Program

On the Move Riders Program is Metro's older adult outreach program. The program provides educational workshops, events, tours, and travel training geared to older adults, all with the goal of empowering individuals with the knowledge and practice needed to safely and independently access the bus and rail system in LA County. For more information, or to get connected with On the Move Riders Program please visit their web page at: or contact Lilly Ortiz at 213-922-2299 or

Metro offers reduced fares for qualified individuals. Please click on the link below for more information.

Metro's Reduced Fare Programs

For information regarding how to obtain Discounted Metro Transit Access Pass (TAP) visit

Click to Download and Print Application:

Senior TAP
Disabled TAP
Students K-12 TAP
  • Call (323) GO-METRO (466-3876) TDD: (800) 252-9040 for specific information on fare, routes, schedules and Trip Planning Requests. You can also visit to plan your trip online.