Improved bus service and more buses per hour are coming to Burbank beginning September 12.
Metro will be making additional service changes beginning September 12, 2021, as a part of Phase 2 of its NextGen Bus Plan. These new service changes will better align with travel patterns and serve to improve service and frequency across its network. These changes will include route changes, line and bus stop consolidation, and frequency changes.
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 as the NextGen program is rolled out across the Metro system.
Visit https://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 resumed on June 27 and buses are still fare-free. Riders are encouraged to TAP when riding Metro Rail.
The following changes will be coming to Burbank beginning Sunday, September 12, 2021:
On Weekdays, Saturdays, and Sundays, more buses will run on Lines 92, 152, 162, 165, 169, and 224.
On Weekdays Only, more buses will run on Lines 164 and 662.
On Saturdays and Sundays Only, more buses will run on Lines 154 and 155.
Route changes will be coming to the following lines:
Line 154 will now also operate on Saturdays and Sundays with no route changes. A copy of the new schedule is available here.
Line 162 will now operate a new overnight Owl service, helping to replace the Line 656 overnight Owl service. A copy of the new schedule is available here.
Line 169 will now also operate on Saturdays and Sundays between Hollywood Burbank Airport and Topanga Canyon Bl. A copy of the new schedule is available here.
Line 222 will be extended north from Hollywood Burbank Airport to Roscoe Bl/Tuxford St. The route will travel north via Hollywood Wy, Glenoaks Bl, and Tuxford St. The route then returns south via Roscoe Bl, Laurel Canyon Bl, Strathern St, Lankershim Bl, Tuxford St, Glenoaks Bl, and Hollywood Wy. This route replaces service that was previously served by Line 152. A map of the new route is available here.
Line 224 will now operate a new overnight Owl service between Hollywood and North Hollywood, replacing the Line 656 overnight Owl service. A copy of the new schedule is available here.
Line 656 overnight Owl services will be replaced by new overnight Owl services on Lines 162 and 224.
Peak period frequencies on the Metro B (Red) Line will be increased from 12 minutes to 10 minutes.
All BurbankBus and LADOT services will continue to operate as they have through Burbank.
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