Los Angeles Union Passenger Terminal is northeast of downtown, across from Olvera Street, where Los Angeles was founded in the 18th Century. It was originally designed to consolidate the passenger operations of three railroads: the Southern Pacific; the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe; and Union Pacific. Many connections can be made here including Metrolink Commuter Rail to many of the LA suburbs. Amtrak's Pacific Surfliner trains serve San Diego, Santa Barbara, and San Luis Obispo. Other long distance connections include the Coast Starlight to Seattle, and the Southwest Chief to Chicago.
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Metropolitan Transit Authority (323) 466-3876
DASH Shuttle (stop on the Los Angeles Street side of Olvera) loops from Union Station through Chinatown and downtown. Operates every 6-10 min 6:30a to 6:30p Monday-Friday. Suburban bus: 1-800-COMMUTE
MTA Purple Line (323) 466-3876
Service runs between Union Station and Wilshire-Western with 6 intermediate stops.
MTA Red Line (323) 466-3876
Service runs between Union Station and North Hollywood with 12 intermediate stops