Memorial Day commemorative TAP cards available at Metro Customer Centers and select TVMs

UPDATE, FRIDAY NOON: The cards should be available by 2 p.m. Friday.


In honor of Memorial Day and fallen veterans, Metro and TAP have released a new Memorial Day commemorative card, available today at Metro Customer Centers and select TVMs listed below. Avoid the traffic of the holiday weekend and use TAP to load fare on Metro and 25 additional transit agencies to travel on bus and rail throughout LA County.

Cards are $2 plus the cost of fare. Available while supplies last. Be sure to check the header on the top of the TVM to ensure card availability.

A Line (Blue)

  • Imperial/Wilmington
  • 1st Street
  • Pacific Coast Highway
  • Del Amo
  • Washington
  • Pico
  • Compton
  • Del Amo

B Line (Red)

  • 7th Metro Center
  • Union Station
  • Pershing Square
  • Wilshire/Western
  • Vermont/Santa Monica
  • Vermont/Sunset
  • Hollywood/Vine
  • Hollywood/Highland
  • Universal City
  • N. Hollywood

C Line (Green)

  • Norwalk
  • Long Beach Blvd
  • Crenshaw
  • Aviation
  • Marine/Redondo Beach

E Line (Expo)

  • La Brea
  • La Cienega
  • Colorado/4th
  • Culver City
  • Expo/Sepulveda
  • Crenshaw
  • Expo/Westwood

G Line (Orange)

  • Chatsworth
  • Canoga Ave
  • Reseda
  • Sepulveda
  • Van Nuys

J line (Silver)

  • El Monte Bus
  • Gateway

L Line (Gold)

  • Mariachi Plaza
  • Lake Avenue Station
  • Azusa – Citrus
  • Union Station
  • Chinatown Station
  • Highland Park
  • Little Tokyo Station

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4 replies

  1. Why does the new Memorial Day Tap Card have only 12 stars? 12 stars in a circle on a blue field is the symbol of Eurproe, not Uncle Sam. Uncle Sam’s circle of stars on blue, as used on our early flags, had 13 stars for the original 13 Colonies. True, many US veterans fought and died to free Europe from the Nazis, as well as freeing Asia from Japanese aggression. Maybe some of the $60 million Metro spent not expanding the I-710 South should have been used to teach US History to its graphic desighn office and its overseeers?