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Mapping MTA's latest bus cuts proposal

MTA is proposing to cut 355,000 bus service hours, including eliminating 11 lines, and truncating or reducing 16 others. If adopted by MTA's Board, these reductions will be implemented in June. The maps below show all the routes that will be impacted under this proposal.

Read our analysis on the service cuts and find out how to take action.

LA County Bus Routes Proposed for Elimination (Local and Rapid), June, 2011

This map shows the complete route of all the Rapid and Local lines proposed for elimination.   


View LA County Eliminated Routes (Local and Rapid) in a larger map

 

LA County Bus Routes Proposed for Elimination (Express), June, 2011

This map shows the complete route of all the Express lines proposed for elimination. 

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LA County Bus Routes -- Proposed for elimination of weekend service or reduced to one bus per hour, June, 2011

This map shows the complete route of all lines proposed for elimination of weekend or mid-day service or reduction of service to once per hour. 


View LA County Reduced Service Routes in a larger map

LA County Bus Routes – Proposed truncation of routes, June, 2011

This map shows the route of all the bus lines proposed to be truncated. The Yellow shows the portion of the route to be eliminated and the Orange shows the portion of the route that will remain.  


View LA County Truncated Routes in a larger map

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my mom's car is down, no idea when she will be able to afford to get it running again, and she uses the 485 at least twice a day, very early morning, and very late evening, and she goes from one end of the route to the other. elimination of this route would PUT HER OUT OF THE ONLY JOB SHE HAS. this is a load of crap!

take actions!

The 740 is two an expressway for many urban dwellers traveling into the Downtown area and back to the South Bay for commerce, education, and work. This cut back would undeniably affect the convenience and transit related needs of the Crenshaw District and South Bay communities. I myself living in Westchester during my undergraduate studies used this route to cut through Downtown onto Inglewood to connect to the 115 line ending in Playa del Rey when commuting to and from school. The ridership for this line is very consistent and the route has major popularity. I believe this is a politically motivated draw back on service funding.

The 439 can't go! So many urban commuters use this route as an express route to and from work into the Westchester/Ladera Heights communities. Of course this is an additive to lessen the commuter strain on professional people of color and a cut won't be tolerated. How can we help?

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