Go Metro to LAFC vs Galaxy at Rose Bowl on 4th of July

The much-anticipated game is finally happening on Tuesday night at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena.

If you don’t want to hassle with parking and driving to the Rose Bowl, you can take our A Line train to Pasadena and catch the Rose Bowl’s shuttle from Old Pasadena to the stadium.

The details:

•Take the A Line to Memorial Park Station in Old Pasadena.
•Exit the station, turn right and walk down Holly Street for .4 miles to the free shuttle that leaves from the Parsons complex parking lot at Holly and Pasadena Avenue.
•The shuttle bus is run by the Rose Bowl. Service begins three hours before the game (4:30 p.m.) and will run for 90 minutes after the match concludes, returning riders to the Parsons lot.
•The last train back to downtown L.A. and Long Beach is 11:28 p.m.
How to ride
•A regular one-way fare is $1.75 with two hours of free transfers. Our reloadable TAP fare cards can be purchased from TAP machines at Metro Rail stations for $2 plus fare. You can also ride all day for $5 and all week for $18.
•Popular trip planning options include Google Maps, Apple Maps, the Transit app, the Moovit app or metro.net.

2 replies

  1. I used the A line to and from the game, a game with 82,000 people, yet A Line was only 20 minute service. Yes, great 3 car sets were run, but the frequency should have been better.
    Plus the Dodgers played to 55,000 and I saw lots of baseball fans. Over 135,000 at 2 sporting events and only 20 minute service ??

  2. Tried posting this earlier but there was a problem with the comment system:

    The graphic says to turn left, the article says turn right. I believe the graphic is wrong.