Celebrate Angels Flight Railway with a commemorative TAP card

Angels Flight has been an important part of the Los Angeles city landscape since 1901. Celebrate this unique and historic transportation landmark with a commemorative TAP card. Cards will be available for purchase starting Monday, Jan. 3, 2022 at all Metro Customer Centers and at TAP vending machines at the Metro Rail Stations listed below. Buy your Angels Flight card, load Stored Value and head over for a ride today!

TAP cards cost $2 and are reusable. Be sure to check the header on top of the TVM before purchase to ensure card availability. Available while supplies last.

A Line (Blue)

  • 5th Street
  • Anaheim
  • Artesia
  • Firestone
  • Florence
  • Grand/LATTC
  • Pacific Ave
  • Pico
  • Downtown Long Beach
  • Vernon
  • Wardlow
  • Willow
  • Willowbrook/Rosa Parks

B Line (Red)

  • 7th St/Metro Center
  • Civic Center/Grand Park
  • Hollywood/ Highland
  • Hollywood/Vine
  • Hollywood/Western
  • North Hollywood
  • Pershing Square
  • Union Station
  • Universal City/Studio City
  • Vermont/Beverly
  • Westlake/MacArthur Park

D Line (Purple)

  • Wilshire/Normandie

C Line (Green)

  • Avalon
  • Aviation/ LAX
  • El Segundo
  • Harbor Freeway
  • Hawthorne/ Lennox
  • Lakewood
  • Mariposa
  • Vermont/Athens
  • Willowbrook/Rosa Parks

E Line (Expo)

  • 17th St/SMC
  • 26th St/Bergamot
  • Expo/Sepulveda
  • Expo/Vermont
  • Expo/Western
  • La Cienega/Jefferson

G Line (Orange)

  • Balboa
  • Roscoe
  • Tampa
  • Woodman

J Line (Silver)

  • El Monte Bus Station
  • Manchester
  • Rosecrans

L Line (Gold)

  • Allen
  • Chinatown
  • Fillmore
  • Lincoln/Cypress
  • Monrovia

6 replies

  1. Also available at the El Monte Bus Station, Upstairs 2nd Fare Machine on the Left. There are 2 next to each other, one is Holiday. Make sure you check up top!

    • I can confirm, I got one of those Angels Flight cards at El Monte, way before this info was posted!

  2. Would there be anyway we can include Angels Flight in the detailed Metro maps? (https://www.metro.net/riding/guide/system-maps/). Neither the System detail map nor the Westside/Central map show Angels Flight, even in the ‘detailed’ downtown inset maps within. Even though Angels Flight is primarily geared as a historic tourist destination, many office workers choose to use it to get to the top, hence a viable transport option that I think should be included in these maps, thanks for considering.