LAX FlyAway Bus Adds Hollywood Route | KCET
LAX FlyAway Bus Adds Hollywood Route
The FlyAway bus system will launch a shuttle service tomorrow morning that connects Los Angeles International Airport with Hollywood.
The shuttle will run every 15 minutes, between 5:15 a.m. to 10:15 p.m., and stop at the southeast corner of Argyle Avenue and Hollywood Boulevard, across the street from Metro's Hollywood and Vine rail station and the Pantages Theater.
The one-way fare is $8 for adults and free for children five years old and younger.
Mayor Eric Garcetti, area council members and other local leaders will gather at the shuttle stop tomorrow morning to celebrate the new route, which will join existing FlyAway service between LAX and Santa Monica, Union Station, Van Nuys and Westwood.
Airport officials estimate that more than 100,000 people will ride the shuttle in its first year of operation.
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