Commuter Service Center

The County Commuter Service Center is dedicated to providing high-quality rideshare assistance and helpful information. Located on the second floor #251 of the Kenneth Hahn Hall of Administration, the County Commuter Service Center is open Tuesday and Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Public Transportation
Employees are encouraged to take public transit at least one day a week. Take the bus or the MTA Light Rail to work and reduce traffic.

A Line – Azusa – Long Beach
B Line – Union Station – North Hollywood
C Line – Norwalk – Redondo Beach
D Line – Union Station – Wilshire/ Western
E Line – East Los Angeles – Santa Monica
K Line – Expo/ Crenshaw – Westchester/ Veterans

Metrolink Services

For information on commuter rail service lines to the Antelope Valley Line, San Bernardino County, Riverside County, Orange County and the Inland Empire/Orange County Line call  1-800-371-LINK or


Employees are encouraged to rideshare to work at least one day a week. Sharing the ride 50 percent of the distance, employees can reduce traffic congestion and air pollution. For ride match service contact your local Employee Transportation Coordinator or dial 511.

Vanpool Resources

See how much money you can save by using the Vanpool Cost Calculator

There are currently 3 vanpool service providers for Los Angeles County:

Learn about Commute with Enterprise vanpools at Commute with

or call 1-800-VAN-4-WORK/ 1-800 826-496

Learn about Airport Van Rental at   or call 310 703-3794

Learn about Green Commuter at or call 1-844-4RIDEGC/ 1-844-474-3342

To learn more about Metro’s Vanpool Program visit

Guaranteed Ride Home (GRH)

Employees that Rideshare are eligible for a “guaranteed ride home” in emergency situations.  So there is no need to be anxious about Ridesharing; GRH was designed to get you home in case of illness or an emergency.  Contact your ETC for more information.

Countywide Rideshare Assistance

For additional rideshare information or assistance, contact Internal Services Department Rideshare at

Take Pride, Share the Ride.

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