CityLine Day declared

February 21, 2013

West Hollywood Mayor Pro Tempore Abbe Land, Councilmember John Heilman, Cityline driver Veronica Williams, Councilmember John Duran, Mayor Jeffrey Prang, Councilmember John D’Amico and Cityline driver Ashley Williams. Photo by Richard Settle.

In celebration of an all-new, free Cityline route, members of the West Hollywood City Council proclaimed on Tuesday that Friday, March 1, 2013 would be Cityline Day. The Cityline will begin its new route on Friday, March 1, 2013.

All aboard CityLine – it's FREE!. Photo by Richard Settle.

In celebration of an all-new, free Cityline route, on Tuesday, February 19, 2013 at 5:30 p.m. members of the West Hollywood City Council will proclaim Friday, March 1, 2013 as Cityline Day. The proclamation will took place in the Auto Court of the West Hollywood Library where West Hollywood Councilmembers and Cityline drivers stood for photos in front of a Cityline shuttle. The Cityline will begin its new route on Friday, March 1, 2013.

Cityline is West Hollywood’s own shuttle bus. It is an easy way to get around town and a friendly alternative to the larger Metro bus system. The new Cityline route was established to improve the program following an analysis of City-supported transit. Cityline provides an alternative, community-based mode of transit providing a vital link between people and services.

In an effort to improve vehicular, pedestrian and bicycle traffic the City of West Hollywood has installed new bike lanes; offers free bike racks for West Hollywood businesses; installed rapid flashing beacons along Santa Monica Boulevard to improve pedestrian visibility; and a number of other mobility programs.

The map of CityLine's route through WeHo – click on it for a large, PDF map.

For more information or a Cityline map, please visit www.weho.org/cityline

 Cityline is West Hollywood’s own FREE mini bus, which operates in the neighborhoods and can take you almost anywhere you want to go in West Hollywood. It’s a friendly and accessible alternative to the larger bus system. All shuttles are ADA accessible.

Cityline operates Monday through Saturday, 9:00 am to 6:00 pm. Cityline does not run on major holidays.

This is the reason the CityLine will be free – Mayor Jeffrey Prang will be driving (we're joking – he'd have to pay you to ride if he were driving). Photo by Richard Settle.

Shuttles come approximately every 30 minutes. Maps and timetables can be viewed below. Copies are also available at City Hall, Plummer Park, and the Chamber of Commerce. For stop and schedule information, call 800 447 2189.

What is “Cityline”? 

Cityline is West Hollywood’s own local shuttle bus. It is an easy way to get around town and a friendly alternative to the larger Metro bus system. 

Does Cityline run everyday? 

Cityline operates Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Cityline does not operate on major holidays.

What changes have been made to the Cityline service? 

With the new service, the maps are easier to understand. There is no longer an “A” and a “B” route, since all the buses go to the same places. The shuttles on the new route will come more often — about every 30 minutes in most cases. There are new signs that tell you which direction the stop serves. And, best of all, Cityline is now FREE for everyone! 

Does Cityline still go to all my favorite destinations? 

It sure does! You can take Cityline to do your grocery shopping at any of the markets in town. There are also stops near the West Hollywood Library, Cedars Sinai Medical Center, the parks, West Hollywood City Hall, the post offices, and many major commercial areas in the City. 

Why should I ride Cityline? 

Photo by Richard Settle.

Cityline is an easy and friendly way to get all the benefits of public transportation, closer to home. There is probably a stop not far from where you live. You can use it to connect to Metro lines, or just to do errands around town. You can help cut down on traffic and pollution, and leave your car at home and avoid parking hassles! 

Who can ride Cityline? 

Cityline is open to the public and available to everyone. The vehicles are ADA compliant, and are a good alternative for people with disabilities. 

Where can I get more information about Cityline? 

Maps are available at City Hall, the West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, on the buses, or by clicking here[PDF].

New Route effective March 1, 2013

West Hollywood Transportation available Monday – Saturday 9:00am to 6:00pm

(Effective March 1, 2013)

The following stops will be out of service after March 1, 2013. Please consult the map for the next closest stop.

·   Sherwood at Westbourne, Westbourne at Sherwood

·   Sweetzer at Romaine, Romaine at Sweetzer

·   Fountain at Sweetzer, North side and South side

·   Norton at Harper, North side and South side

·   Willoughby/Sierra Bonita

·   Santa Monica at Curson, NE

·   Gardner/ Lexington, Eastbound only

·   Santa Monica/Vista, South side

·   Formosa at Fountain

·   Santa Monica at Gardner, North side 

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