Fans of the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s summer concerts at the Hollywood Bowl can continue to enjoy hassle-free trips to performances during the coming 2011 concert series.
Supervisor Knabe is pleased to announce that the Board of Supervisors renewed the popular Hollywood Bowl Park-and-Ride Express Bus Service Program, which provides bus transportation for patrons to and from 14 outlying lots across Los Angeles County. Patrons paying cash at the park-and-ride lots pay $8 per person.
“The Hollywood Bowl is an historic venue that has seating capacity for 18,000 but only has parking for 2,800 vehicles,” Supervisor Knabe said. “The express bus service lets LA residents enjoy the Hollywood Bowl experience without the stress of driving in traffic and finding parking.”
This year marks the 38th year of the program that runs during the entire 72-event concert season from June through September.
Park-and-Ride Shuttles in the Fourth District depart from Downey, Lakewood, Rowland Heights, Torrance and Westchester. The program is made possible in part with funding from the County of Los Angeles and the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.