Routes

SERVICE ADVISORY: Routes 001, 006 & 008 are suspended pending further notice. All other trains operating on schedule. 

We’ve got 10 routes covering Los Angeles. Don’t see your neighborhood? Fill in our Commuter Survey so we know where to expand service! Each route runs 1x per week, on individual schedules. You can suggest routes, times or volunteer via our Participate! page.

ROUTE MAP

Route 002 : Hollywood to Downtown

Meet Wednesdays at 9:00am at Cafe Americano before setting off on a gorgeous route through beautiful and residential Hancock Park, the palm tree lined streets of Koreatown and rolling hills before arriving in downtown Los Angeles. This route will end either at LA Cafe or the Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition headquarters on Spring Street, where Nona also works. Majority of the route is on bike lanes.

Route 003 : Silver Lake to Santa Monica

Meet Tuesdays at 7:45am at Sunset Triangle Plaza. This route is takes us all the way across Los Angeles via Fountain Ave and then through West Hollywood, Beverly Hills along Santa Monica Blvd and finally into Santa Monica along Arizona Ave. This is a long route, but anyone just making part of the journey is welcome to take part in any section of the ride. Note: The majority of this route does not have bike lanes, so we will be sharing the road with automobiles.;

Route 004 : Silver Lake to Downtown

Meet Thursdays at 8:00am at Caffe Vita on Sunset near Hillhurst and the Vista Theater. This route uses bike lanes on Sunset Boulevard, Rampart Boulevard and 7th Street to take us from Los Feliz/Silverlake past beautiful MacArthur Park to Downtown Los Angeles, ending at 7th and Grand where you can refuel at Bottega Louie if the ride leaves you with a sweet tooth.  Majority of the route is on bike lanes, but we will share the road with automobiles for brief sections. We’ll keep it low-stress and low-sweat; this is more of a trolley than high-speed rail. Even still, we’ll make the trip in about 30 minutes!

Route 005 : Westlake to Long Beach

Meet Wednesdays 6:45am at the 7-Eleven on 7th St. near Witmer. We’ll have a bike lane briefly on 7th, and then share the road with automobiles through the fashion district of Downtown LA until we hit the bike path on a serene span of concrete known as the LA River.  Lovejoy leaves the bikeway just before the 405 freeway, to head to a job wrangling web code near the Long Beach Airport. You’re welcome to continue on the bikeway to downtown Long Beach in time for a 9am arrival.

Route 007 : North Hollywood to Van Nuys

Meet Thursdays 8:10am at the top of the North Hollywood Metro Station steps. We’ll cross Lankershim Blvd. to a bike lane on Chandler Blvd. heading west through the residential neighborhoods of North Hollywood and Valley Village. We’ll then merge onto the Orange Line Bike Path that begins shortly after Coldwater Canyon Ave. The wide path offers a protected, leisurely ride through long stretches of California native plants and trees. As we approach Balboa Park in Van Nuys, the path crosses Sepulveda and then winds underneath the 405. Paul will take a right on Woodley to the modern art auction house where he writes and edits. You’re welcome to continue on the bike path.

Route 009 : Highland Park to Downtown

Meet Thursdays at 7:15am at Café de Leche. This route travels along Avenue 50 towards Marmiom Way, then heads south on a leisurely stretch that runs parallel to the Gold Line. We will then make our way through Cypress Park and Chinatown, finally arriving at Union Station in Downtown Los Angeles. Most of the route is light to moderate traffic.  Please note that there are a few small inclines on Avenue 50.  The estimated arrival time in Downtown Los Angeles is 8:00 am.

Route 010 : Silver Lake to Pasadena

Meet Thursdays at 6:30am at Cafe Intelligentsia. We will ride into the sun rise toward Pasadena, mostly on bike lanes. This route rolls through the historic neighborhoods of Eagle Rock and Highland Park before winding along the Arroyo Seco Watershed. The final destination is JPL; feel free to hop on and off as your commute requires.