In a “normal” city, only approx. one-fifth of the city’s land is dedicated to transportation… Not in LA; here, as much as 60 percent of our land – three-fifths – is used to accommodate our automobiles.
The two-hour period begins upon the first boarding of a trip, when a TAP card is tapped to pay the 1-Way Fare… A customer could transfer from bus line 20 to the Red Line to the Blue Line to the Green Line, all with payment of a 1-Way Trip, as long as the last transfer occurs within two hours of the first tap.
Metro fares are being raised by 25 cents to $1.75 for a one way trip. However, now a one way trip can include multiple bus and rail transfers, which is great and how it should be. Before it cost $3 to get from Hollywood to Culver City via the Red and Expo lines. Now it will cost $1.75.