Installation of Metro’s first bus charging platforms at North Hollywood Station has been completed. The North Hollywood bus terminal will reopen at 3 a.m. on Sunday, Jan. 26. Thank you all for your patience through this process!
The North Hollywood west parking lot will remain closed for a few additional weeks until all construction activities are complete within this area. Signage and Metro staff will be available to guide customers on Sunday and throughout next week. New bus charging station construction continues on the G Line (Orange) at Canoga Station, and will soon begin at Chatsworth Station.
North Hollywood Station is the first of three new charging stations installed with the deployment of battery electric buses for the San Fernando Valley’s G Line (Orange). Metro plans to convert its entire fleet of buses to zero emission buses by 2030. This transition to electric buses will provide a cleaner, quieter fleet and significantly lower environmental impacts of Metro operations. This will help local air quality and result in fewer greenhouse gas emissions by agency vehicles.
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