How to get around Los Angeles without a car

Los Angeles is the heart of the USA because of its rich and unique culture, surroundings, and utmost charm. Because it carries a glimpse of the Western USA, it is the ultimate holiday destination for people from all over the world. 

Traveling around in Los Angeles as a native is easy; however, if you are visiting this city for the first time, you will need to know the metro, bus, and cab details. To help you with this, we have listed down the following points. 


Although the best way to get around in Los Angeles is by using a car, a lot of people use the Metro for their daily traveling. In the complete city, there is a six color-coded metro line whose schedule and covering areas can be checked. The single ride of train costs around $1.75 and this amount is paid using the single tap card. Also, if you want to travel within the city for a complete week, you can get the $25 all-week pass for easy traveling. 


Los Angeles has 170 bus routes throughout the city that can be used for easy traveling. The buses are available almost all the time and costs around $7 for a one-day pass. To check the routes of buses and other details, you can check the official page online. 

Taxi and other cab services

Taxi, Uber, and Lyft are the best cab services that you can book to travel around to specific locations. The usual fare is almost $3 per mile however the rates vary depending upon the time of the day and the day of the week. If you are on a budget, you can also use the cab sharing option from the apps. 

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