Metro & MetroLink – Transportation





On Saturday, February 3, Metro along with Metrolink will offer free rides on trains, buses, and other public transportation. That’s because it’s Transit Equity Day, which is celebrated on the birthday of civil rights pioneer Rosa Parks. Simply arrive at the station and board any Metro or Metrolink train operating that day (no ticket required). OCTA, Riverside Transit Agency and San Bernardino County public transportation providers (including OmniTrans, MBTA, Mountain Transit and Victor Valley Transit) are also offering free rides on Transit Equity Day.

Please note: Transit systems in other counties may require a fare. Amtrak’s Pacific Surfliner trains will require a fare. 

Go Metro to the LA Coliseum by connecting to the Metro E Line and exiting at Expo Park/USC Station. You can also take the Metro J Line and exit 37th St/USC. Visit to plan your trip.

Metrolink is proud to serve as the LINK between six Southern California counties and events in Los Angeles, with safe, seamless and reliable train transportation. On February 4, take a FREE train ride systemwide on Metrolink. To reach the LA Coliseum, take any Metrolink line (except the IEOC line) to L.A. Union Station. From L.A. Union Station, take the Metro A Line to Little Tokyo/Arts District Station and transfer to the E Line (towards Santa Monica) and exiting Expo Park/USC Station. You can also take the Metro B or D Line to 7th St/Metro Center Station and transfer to the Metro E Line (towards Santa Monica) to Expo Park/USC Station. Visit for schedules and a map of the system.

As of 1/30/2024: Due to the construction through Expo Park from the Space Shuttle Endeavor relocation, Metro riders will need to use Figueroa or Bill Robertson Lane to access the Coliseum.