Beginning Sunday, Metro’s 30/330 line’s westbound bus service from downtown Los Angeles will end at the intersection of San Vicente and Santa Monica boulevards and not long run to Sunset Boulevard.
Metro is advising travelers headed to Sunset Boulevard to transfer to line 105. The eastbound 30/330 bus line will continue to serve Sunset Boulevard.
The change is one of a number in the bus system that will take effect Sunday. Others include:
Line 4 Downtown LA – Santa Monica via Santa Monica Boulevard. Late evening trips will be extended between Westwood and Santa Monica at approximately 11 p.m. Prior to this time, riders should use Metro Rapid Line 704 or Big Blue BusLine 2.
Line 16/316 Downtown LA – Century City via West 3rd Street. The Western limited stop boundary of Line 316 will be extended west from La Brea Avenue to La Cienega Boulevard. To the east, limited stops at Union Avenue and Witmer Street have been discontinued.
Line 37 Downtown LA – Washington Fairfax Transit Hub via Adams Boulevard. A new boarding location for Downtown Los Angeles will be located on westbound Washington Boulevard at Fairfax Avenue, adjacent to the Transit Hub.
Line 38 Downtown LA – Washington Fairfax Transit Hub via Jefferson Boulevard. A new boarding location for Downtown Los Angeles will be located on westbound Washington Boulevard at Fairfax Avenue, adjacent to the Transit Hub.
Line 460 Downtown LA – Disneyland via Harbor Transitway – I-105 Freewy. Southbound, service currently operating on 11th, Figueroa and 23rd streets will be moved to Flower Street, providing a more direct and faster route through downtown Los Angeles. Line 460 buses will serve all Metro Silver Line stops on Flower Street. Northbound service will remain unchanged.
Line 704 Downtown LA – Santa Monica via Santa Monica Boulevard. In the evening, service will be improved to now operate between Downtown LA and Santa Monica until approximately 11 p.m.
Line 710 Wilshire Center – South Bay Galleria via Crenshaw Boulevard. A new Rapid stop will be added on Crenshaw Boulevard at Redondo Beach Boulevard, providing better access to El Camino College and a direct connection to Gardena Municipal Bus Lines Line 3.