Celebrate the new TAP app with commemorative TAP cards

In celebration of the new TAP app, five different commemorative TAP cards are now available at Metro Customer Centers and at select TAP vending machines located at the stations listed below.  

Get your card while supplies last — it could be the last plastic TAP card you’ll ever need! Use the TAP app to manage your fares straight from your phone, or add your TAP card to your phone and use it to tap and pay. The TAP app is available in the App Store and Google Play, search “TAP LA.” Find out more here. 

Physical TAP cards will continue to remain available for those who prefer to use them.

 

Metro A Line (Blue) 

  • Pico  
  • Vernon 
  • Artesia 
  • Downtown Long Beach   

Metro B Line (Red) 

  • Union Station (East Portal) 
  • 7th St/Metro Center (Hope St) 
  • Westlake/MacArthur Park
  • Hollywood/Highland 
  • North Hollywood  

Metro C Line (Green)  

  • Norwalk  
  • Vermont/Athens  

Metro E Line (Expo) 

  • Expo Park/USC 
  • Expo/Western
  • Expo/Bundy 
  • Downtown Santa Monica 

Metro G Line (Orange) 

  • Pierce College 
  • Valley College 
  • Sherman Way  

Metro L Line (Gold) 

  • Chinatown 
  • Del Mar 
  • Lake 
  • Arcadia 

Metro J Line (Silver) 

  • LAC + USC Medical Center  

Metro A Line (Blue)

  • Grand/LATTC
  • 103rd Street/Watts Towers
  • 1st Street
  • Pacific Av

Metro B Line (Red)

  • Union Station (West Portal)
  • Civic Center/Grand Park
  • Westlake/MacArthur Park
  • Hollywood/Highland

Metro C Line (Green)

  • Long Beach Blvd
  • Harbor Freeway
  • Aviation/LAX

Metro E Line (Expo)

  • Jefferson/USC
  • Expo/Vermont
  • 26th St/Bergamot
  • Downtown Santa Monica

Metro G Line (Orange)

  • Warner Center Transit
  • Woodley
  • Van Nuys
  • Canoga

Metro L Line (Gold)

  • Union Station
  • South Pasadena
  • Monrovia

Metro J Line (Silver)

  • Harbor Gateway

Metro A Line (Blue)

  • Pico
  • Willow St
  • Pacific Coast Highway
  • Downtown Long Beach

Metro B Line (Red)

  • Civic Center/Grand Park
  • Pershing Square
  • Wilshire/Vermont
  • Universal City/Studio City

Metro C Line (Green)

  • Long Beach Blvd
  • Douglas

Metro E Line (Expo)

  • LATTC/Ortho Institute
  • Expo/La Brea
  • La Cienega/Jefferson
  • Westwood/Rancho Park

Metro G Line (Orange)

  • Balboa
  • Sepulveda
  • Woodman
  • North Hollywood

Metro L Line (Gold)

  • Lincoln/Cypress
  • Memorial Park
  • Allen
  • APU/Citrus College

Metro J Line (Silver)

  • Manchester

Metro A Line (Blue)

  • San Pedro St
  • Compton
  • Del Amo
  • 5th Street

Metro B Line (Red)

  • 7th St/Metro Center (Flower St)
  • Vermont/Beverly
  • Hollywood/Western
  • Hollywood/Vine

Metro C Line (Green)

  • Willowbrook/Rosa Parks
  • Hawthorne/Lennox

Metro E Line (Expo)

  • Farmdale
  • Palms
  • Expo/Sepulveda
  • 17th St/SMC

Metro G Line (Orange)

  • Canoga
  • Tampa
  • Laurel Canyon
  • Chatsworth

Metro L Line (Gold)

  • Fillmore
  • Sierra Madre Villa
  • Mariachi Plaza
  • Irwindale

Metro J Line (Silver)

  • El Monte Bus Station

Metro A Line (Blue)

  • Pico
  • Firestone
  • Wardlow
  • Anaheim St

Metro B Line (Red)

  • Union Station (West Portal)
  • 7th St/Metro Center (Figueroa St)

Metro D Line (Purple)

  • Wilshire/Western

Metro C Line (Green)

  • Crenshaw
  • Redondo Beach

Metro E Line (Expo)

  • Expo/Crenshaw
  • Expo/La Brea
  • Culver City
  • 17th St/SMC

Metro G Line (Orange)

  • De Soto
  • Reseda
  • North Hollywood
  • Nordhoff

Metro L Line (Gold)

  • Union Station
  • Highland Park
  • East LA Civic Center
  • Duarte

Metro J Line (Silver)

  • Cal State LA

7 replies

  1. The Green Line Norwalk station was left out. It would have been convenient to sell these cards at this station, too.

    • Hi Lilian,

      The blue version is available at Norwalk Station.

      Thank you,

      Anna Chen
      Writer, The Source

  2. What a waste of plastic! Metro should be encouraging users to download the app. No need to create more landfill clutter with a dated technology.

    • Because not everyone can afford a smartphone? Plus having a physical card as a backup is also a good thing.

      • Not to mention, some people have their mind sets living in the 1960s-90s, as half of the foreigners come from 3rd world countries that lack technology or are under developed and have yet to reach modern-day of advanced technology like smart phones.

        • To clarify, I recognize the need for physical TAP cards, it’s the materials and concept of continued production of different versions. NYC paper MetroCards are recyclable and easily shredded.

    • Hmm, celebrate the new version by issuing a special old version. Why not just leave the existing stock in place? No special trips to change the stock.