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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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Station    14 points of interest   7 hotels   3 car rentals   1 visitor resource

UPCOMING EVENTS

Jan 1, 2015 Rose Bowl Game (Football)
Rose Bowl Stadium
DRIVING DIRECTIONS

 
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PARKING

Short/long term 300 spaces. On station grounds. Approx .50 per day.

Short/long term 500 spaces. East side of station. Approx. .00 per day..

LOCAL TRANSIT

Local Bus Commuter Train 'n Wheels Bus
(213) 808-2273

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

Subway 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

Light Rail MTA Blue Line
7th and Flower - 2.3 mi W
(323) 466-3876
Blue Line runs from downtown to Long Beach.

MTA Gold Line
(323) 466-3876
Service runs between Sierra Madre Villa (Pasadena) and Atlantic (East Los Angeles). Union Station is one of 14 intermediate stops.

Commuter Rail Metrolink
(213) 347-2800
Metrolink commuter rail serves locations through the Southland. Most lines terminate at Union Station.

Shuttle Metropolitan Express
1-800-338-3989

Primetime Van
(818) 504-3600

SuperShuttle
(213) 775-6600

Intercity Bus
1716 E 7th St. - 1.7 mi S
(213) 629-8401

Airport Bob Hope - BUR
2627 Hollywood Way - 14.3 mi NW (in Burbank)
(818) 840-8840
Rail station served by Metrolink (Ventura County Line) and Amtrak.

Los Angeles International - LAX
1 World Way - 19.3 mi SW
(310) 646-5252
FlyAway bus service from Union Station to the airport every 30 minutes.

Taxi L.A. Taxi
(213) 627-7000

L.A. Taxi Black Tie Service
1-800-829-4758

LOCAL NEWS OUTLETS

Los Angeles Times  •  www.latimes.com
KABC (7, ABC)  •  www.abc7.com
KCBS (2, CBS)  •  www.cbs2.com
KNBC (4, NBC)  •  www.nbc4.tv
KTLA (5, CW)  •  ktla.trb.com
KTTV (11, Fox)  •  www.fox11la.com
LA Weekly  •  www.laweekly.com
CONGRESSIONAL REPRESENTATIVES


Rep. Xavier Becerra
(D-CA, dist. 34)

1226 Longworth House Office Bldg
Washington, DC 20515
(202) 225-6235
Sen. Barbara Boxer
(D)

112 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
(202) 224-3553

Sen. Dianne Feinstein
(D)

331 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
(202) 224-3841

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Did you know...
Pueblo de Nuestra Señora la Reina de los Angeles, now known simply as Los Angeles, was founded 12 years after Fr. Junipero Serra set out in 1769 to establish a chain of missions stretching up the coast of California. Los Angeles Union Station sits astride the route connecting the missions: El Camino Real, the "Royal Road." Designed in the traditional California mission style, Union Station was built in 1939 to replace two separate terminals operated by the Union Pacific, Southern Pacific and Santa Fe Railroads. The station is a fitting blend of Spanish and Art Deco styles reflecting both Los Angeles' earliest heritage and the modernistic tradition that helped transform the area into the megalopolis we see today. Across from the station is Olvera Street, a colorful historic district that marks the site of the original village on the Los Angeles River.