The new shuttle service coming to Warner Center that is replacing regular stops by the Orange Line will provide more convenient service in the area, Metro said Thursday.
The new service is launching on Sunday at the business development park, with the agency saying the Line 601 shuttle will provide 10 new area bus stops and run every 10 minutes throughout the day, seven days a week while providing access to Westfield Topanga, The Village, Warner Center Corporate Park, Kaiser Permanente Woodland Hills Medical Center and other locations.
“Metro is committed to giving Angelenos a faster, more convenient connection to life’s most important destinations,” Los Angeles Mayor and Metro Board Chair Eric Garcetti said. “This new shuttle service will provide Angelenos with a convenient and sustainable way to travel to one of our region’s most vibrant economic hubs.”
The new line will feature 40-foot shuttle buses what will start and end their trips at the Canoga Metro Orange Line Station in Canoga Park. The shuttles will replace 60-foot Orange Line bus service to Warner Center, with Orange Line buses now set to run directly between North Hollywood and Chatsworth, which Metro said should improve end-to-end travel times and service frequencies for bus riders.
Metro also said it will modify several local bus lines to speed up and simplify the Orange Line service.
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