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  • How do you take a bicycle on the Metro?

    Posted by Simon Caballero on

    Taking your bike, scooter, or URB-E on the Metro is as easy as walking onto the train or bus.   All Metro buses have two bike racks on the front, except for the Orange Line, which has three racks. Arrive at the bus stop a few minutes early and wait on the sidewalk. The Metro recommends that in the case bike racks are full, wait for the next bus. Always tell the bus driver which stop you are getting off on to give yourself ample time to remove your bike. If you have an URB-E or a scooter, you can...

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  • Expo Line to Santa Monica | Where Do I Park?

    Posted by Simon Caballero on

    Expo Line: A Metro to the Sea The extension of the LA Metro Expo Line is opening this Friday, May 20th, meaning Angelenos will finally be able to ride Metro all the way from Downtown LA to the beach. The new portion of the line will the first LA Metro station to reach Santa Monica in over 60 years, which has left residents and commuters along the route awaiting its opening with cautious optimism. The optimistic: a new, efficient way to commute on LA’s Westside, an area notorious for stifling traffic all hours of the day. Metro has even made...

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  • LA Metro Loves URB-E Electric Scooters

    Posted by Simon Caballero on

    LA Metro: the Need for Last Mile Vehicles Los Angeles is in the midst of a huge expansion of public transportation, and it’s expected that 7.8 million people will live within three miles of an LA Metro station in the near future. The Metro just recently expanded to take someone all the way to Santa Monica! This makes Los Angeles a prime candidate for innovative first mile, last mile vehicle solutions, and LA Metro is on the hunt for vehicles that can meet that need. After Metro toured our shop last fall, they asked to borrow some URB-Es to try...

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