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REMINDER: The L.A. Summer Beach Bus is In Full Effect Starting This Week

June 15, 2015 by Brian Champlin

Want to go to the beach this summer but can’t find a ride?

Check it.

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The County of Los Angeles Department of Public Works sponsors bus service to the Santa Monica Pier all summer long, a program they call The Summer Beach Bus.

Many of the beach buses are already running their summer service, but a few (including the East Los Angeles stop) are just staring this week.

Adult fares generally run between $1-$3 roundtrip, depending on location (the bus from Lancaster was $6 for adults). Basically, it’s good way to get low-cost service to the beach while saving on gas and parking.

The Summer Beach Bus runs through Labor Day, Monday, September 7, 2015.

After the jump please find a full list of service areas for the Summer Beach Buses along with dates when service goes into effect.

Links provided go to PDF brochures with detailed information about individual fares and stops for the indicated area.

A Day at the Beach in Santa Monica

Credit: Adan Garcia via flickr

L.A. Beach Bus Service Areas

Altadena (June 16)
Castaic (June 17)
Charter Oak/Duarte (June 10)
East Los Angeles (June 19)
La Crescenta/La Canada Flintridge (June 16)*
Lancaster (May 25)
Palmdale (May 2)
Topanga Canyon (June 15)

*Please note the County Library stop has been moved to Foothill Blvd

To make a reservation for any of the above buses, you can to the reservation page on the L.A. County website. Reservations not required for East Los Angeles or Topanga.

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