First ever “Art on TAP” cards now available at select TAP vending machines along A Line (Blue)

Metro’s first limited edition “Art on TAP” cards featuring artworks commissioned by Metro Art are launching exclusively on the A Line (Blue) this week. The initial three artwork designs will be The Journey Home by Eric Almanza, Last Stop by Jazmine Atienza and Kid by Angela Willcocks.

The artworks are portraits of A Line (Blue) riders created by local artists as part of a new series entitled More People Than You Know. The portraits evoke both intimate and universal stories of those who use this vital transit line. The entire series of twelve portraits is also featured on the new digital screens installed at each of the A Line (Blue) stations.

The limited edition “Art on TAP” cards are now available at TAP vending machines at the stations listed below. Be sure to check the sticker above the TVM screens to see which cards are in stock. Not all stations have each design. TAP cards cost $2 and are reusable.

  • Pico Station
  • Grand/LATTC Station
  • San Pedro St Station
  • Washington Station
  • Vernon Station
  • Slauson Station
  • Florence Station
  • Firestone Station
  • 103rd St/Watts Towers Station
  • Willowbrook/Rosa Parks
  • Compton Station
  • Artesia Station
  • Del Amo Station
  • Wardlow Station
  • Willow Station
  • Pacific Coast Highway Station
  • Anaheim St Station
  • 5th Street Station
  • 1st Street Station
  • Pacific Av Station
  • Downtown Long Beach Station

Metro plans to roll out additional “Art on TAP” cards. Learn more about the award winning Metro Art programs here.