Did you know that using a TAP card is the safest, most flexible way to pay for your transit fare? If you normally pay with cash when you ride Metro, [continue reading]
Day Passes will no longer be sold on Metro buses starting Sunday, July 15. Instead, you’ll be able to add up to $20 in Stored Value to your TAP card. [continue reading]
Metro is holding a public hearing at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, January 17, in the Board Room on the 3rd floor at Metro headquarters over three changes involving TAP cards that are designed to improve service and make bus transfers between Metro and other agencies easier and quicker. The public [continue reading]
Have you met Tappy? TAP’s new mascot is here to help you learn how to get the most out of your TAP card. Load it with money — called Stored Value — and you’re good to go.
Art of Transit: Tweetalicious: #Dodgers fans please consider @metrolosangeles to get to Dodgers Stadium this afternoon. pic.twitter.com/VWriAReJYt — Caltrans District 7 (@CaltransDist7) October 15, 2015 #TBT to aerial shots of [continue reading]
Three Metro TAP vending machines at Union Station will show new screen prompts beginning today as part of a two-week test to see how the riding public likes the improvements. As the images [continue reading]
From Metro’s TAP staff some good news: The TAP network continues to grow with its newest addition, Palos Verdes Transit. Today PV Transit’s entire bus fleet went “live,” giving their riders another convenient option to pay their fare. Instead of handling cash and tokens, now riders can tap their valid [continue reading]