Improved bus service and more buses per hour are coming to Burbank beginning June 26.
Metro will be making service changes beginning June 26, 2022 to help improve reliability and predictability across the system. These new service changes will increase frequency on Metro’s busiest lines and better match customer needs.
The BTMO is dedicated to providing its members and commuters with the most up-to-date info on these changes and will continue to do so whenever the Metro System experiences changes in service.
Visit mybus.metro.net/ to see if changes are coming to your route, or click here to see all changes across the bus network.
New posted schedules are now available and if you use the Transit app, Metro’s official smartphone app, a preview of the upcoming changes will also become available soon.
As a reminder, front-door boarding and fare collection has resumed on all Metro bus lines. Riders are encouraged to TAP when riding Metro Rail.
The following changes will be coming to Burbank beginning Sunday, June 26, 2022:
On Weekdays, Saturdays, and Sundays, schedules will be adjusted for reliability on Lines 92, 94, 152, 154, & 222.
On Weekdays Only, schedules will be adjusted for reliability on Lines 155, 165, 169, & 501.
On Saturdays Only, the schedule will be adjusted for reliability on Line 162.
Updated Line 154 will return to its previous route via the reopened Burbank Blvd bridge over the I-5 freeway.
Updated Line 164 route will no longer travel west of Platt Ave due to low ridership (this area will still be served by Line 169). Line 164 will travel eastbound via Platt Ave, Vanowen St, Fallbrook Ave to Victory Blvd.
Updated Line 165 route will no longer travel west of Platt Ave due to low ridership (this area is served by Line 169). Westbound Line 165 will travel via Vanowen St, left on Fallbrook Ave, right on Victory Blvd and right on Platt Ave.
All BurbankBus and LADOT services will continue to operate as they have through Burbank.
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