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As the City of Beverly Hills continues to proactively promote public health in response to the concerns surrounding Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), the City has temporarily suspended its trolley service until further notice. To stay updated on COVID-19, visit our Newsroom at


Senior and Disabled Transit Services

Senior & Disabled Transportation

The City of Beverly Hills provides free Dial-A-Ride shuttle service and subsidized transportation programs to senior and disabled residents. Visit for more information.


Bus Transit

Metro Bus

Important Announcement: MTA buses on Wilshire will also be rerouted. Metro lines 20 and 720 will be rerouted to Robertson, Burton, and N Santa Monica (Detour Map for Metro Lines 20 and 720). Metro line 14 will be rerouted to Olympic and Doheny (Detour Map for Metro Line 14). Additional service advisories can be found on Metro's website. The bus detour routes are near several Beverly Hills Bike Share stations. Through May 15, 2020, new and existing Beverly Hills Bike Share members can ride free 90 minutes per trip with an unlimited number of trips per day. The out-of-hub and out-of-system area fees still apply. To sign-up for the program and view bike share station locations, please visit Contact (323) 302-8130 for questions about the program.

The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA or Metro) provides several Local and Rapid bus lines through Beverly Hills. Additional bus service is provided by the Antelope Valley Transit Authority (AVTA) and the Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT). The bus routes serving Beverly Hills are listed below. For the most up-to-date information and schedules, visit the following websites: MTA (, AVTA (, LADOT (





MTA Local/Limited


Sunset Blvd.

Westwood – Downtown LA

MTA Local


Sunset Blvd.

Santa Monica/West LA – Downtown LA

MTA Local


Beverly Dr., Beverly Blvd., Burton Way, & Doheny Dr.

Larchmont Village – Downtown LA

MTA Local


Burton Way & Robertson Blvd.

Century City – Downtown LA

MTA Local


Robertson Blvd.

Culver City – Downtown LA

MTA Local


Wilshire Blvd.

Santa Monica/Westwood – Downtown LA

MTA Local


Olympic Blvd.

Century City – Eagle Rock

MTA Local


San Vicente Blvd.

West Hollywood – Downtown LA/East LA

MTA Local


La Cienega Blvd.

West Hollywood – Vernon

MTA Local


Robertson Blvd.

Culver City – Beverly Center

MTA Rapid


Santa Monica Blvd.

Santa Monica – Union Station

MTA Rapid


La Cienega Blvd.

West Hollywood – Vernon

MTA Rapid


Wilshire Blvd.

Santa Monica – City of Commerce

MTA Rapid


Olympic Blvd.

Century City – Union Station



Rodeo Dr. & Wilshire Blvd.

Century City/West LA – Palmdale/Lancaster

LADOT Commuter Express


Olympic Blvd

Union Station - Westwood

Below are webpages and videos developed by Metro on how to take transit:


Rail Transit

Metro Rail

Rail transit is coming soon to Beverly Hills. Metro is currently building the Purple Line Extension subway project, which will have two stations in Beverly Hills at Wilshire/La Cienega (anticipated completion in 2023) and Wilshire/Rodeo (anticipated completion in 2025). Learn more about the project and sign up for construction updates here.


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