Juneteenth Commemorative Cards Are Available Now

Metro is commemorating Juneteenth with a brand-new commemorative card available now at Metro Customer Centers and select TVMs below.  

On June 19th 1865, enslaved Black people were declared free, after years of slavery and cruel and inhumane treatment, and they experienced freedom for the first time in their lives. The day has become recognized as Juneteenth, also known as Emancipation Day or Juneteenth Independence Day, and it became a federal holiday in 2021 by President Joe Biden.  Though this day provided a new life for many Black people, they continued to face racism and discrimination that is still prevalent today. Knowing the history of this day is vital to understanding the importance of having a holiday that celebrates Black people and all of their contributions and successes to this country.  

You can purchase this card at Metro Customer Centers and select TVMs below. Be sure to check the header on top of the TVM to ensure the card is available on that machine.  Cards are $2 each plus the cost of fare. 

A Line (Blue): 

  • Pico 
  • Willowbrook/Rosa Parks 
  • Compton 
  • Anaheim 

B Line (Red) 

  • Union Station  
  • 7th Street/Metro Center 
  • Wilshire/Vermont 
  • Vermont/Sunset 
  • N. Hollywood 

C Line (Green) 

  • Lakewood 
  • Hawthorne/Lennox 
  • El Segundo 

E Line (Expo) 

  • LATTC/Ortho Institute 
  • La Cienega/Jefferson 
  • Downtown Santa Monica 

G Line (Orange) 

  • Warner Center Transit 
  • Sepulveda  
  • Canoga Ave 

J Line (Silver) 

  • Cal State LA 

K Line (Crenshaw) 

  • Westchester/Veterans 
  • Fairview Heights 
  • Martin Luther King Jr 
  • Expo/Crenshaw 

L Line (Gold) 

  • Lincoln Heights/Cypress 
  • Mariachi Plaza 
  • Azusa – Alameda 

Keep a lookout for more Source posts that will inform you about our newest TAP cards that spotlight important cultural days/events that impact our lives and the world around us.  


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    • Hi —

      It usually takes a while but it can vary depending on the popularity of the card.

      Steve Hymon
      Editor, The Source