Los Angeles County Metro (Metro) operates several local and rapid bus transit lines connecting Warner Center to the greater region.
Fare is $1.75 per ride including free one-way transfers between other Metro bus and rail lines. This includes the Warner Center Shuttle, which can connect you to several bus lines (listed below) and the Orange Line.
Purchase a TAP card with single-ride, daily, or pre-loaded fare either on-line or in-person at Metro customer centers, participating vendors or Metro rail stations. Visit www.taptogo.net to purchase a TAP card online or find your nearest TAP vendor.
The nearest Metro TAP Kiosk to Warner Center is located at the Canoga Station Transit Hub: 6770 Canoga Ave, Canoga Park, CA 91303.
Table 1 Metro Bus Lines Serving Warner Center
|Orange Line BRT (901)
|Connecting Chatsworth and North Hollywood, Metro’s Orange Line stops at Canoga in between Victory and Vanowen Streets.
|Warner Center Shuttle (601)
|Beginning at the Canoga Orange Line Station, the new Warner Center Shuttle connects the Orange Line to the rest of Warner Center with 10 local stops.
|Operating between Warner Center and Studio City, the 150 travels south through Warner Center along Topanga Canyon Blvd. then East on Ventura until reaching the Universal City/Studio City station.
|Operating between Warner Center and Thousand Oaks, the 161 begins at Canoga Station and travels south along Canoga Ave, and west along Ventura and the 101 until reaching Thousand Oaks.
|Operating between West Hills and Burbank, the 164 travels East-West through Warner Center along Victory Blvd.
|Operating between West Hills and Burbank, the 165 travels East-West through Warner Center along Vanowen St.
|The 169 serves Warner Center, West Hills, and Burbank, beginning at Canoga Station and travels across Warner center via Victory Bl. then South on Topanga Canyon Blvd., terminating in Burbank.
|Operating between Woodland Hills and Chatsworth, the 244 travels North-South through Warner Center along De Soto Ave.
|Operating between Woodland Hills and Chatsworth, the 245 travels North-South through Warner Center along Topanga Canyon Blvd.
|Operating between Warner Center and Studio City, the 750 Rapid Bus travels South across Warner Center then East along Ventura Ave.
Several municipal transit service providers provide additional direct service to and from Warner Center.
Note that providers’ transfer policies vary. Please visit the municipal operators’ websites for more information on transferring between their services and Metro bus or rail.
|Santa Clarita Transit
|Commuter Express 791/796
|Express bus between Chatsworth and Warner Center, runs along De Soto and Canoga within Warner Center to connect to the Chatsworth Metrolink Station
|LA Department of Transportation (LADOT)
|Commuter Express 422 / 423
|Routes 422 and 423 connect the southern edge of Warner Center (Ventura Blvd. & Topanga Canyon) to Thousand Oaks and Downtown Los Angeles
|Ventura County Transportation Commission
|Highway 101/Conejo (50-55)
|Weekday service connects Warner Center (looped with multiple stops) to Camarillo, Oxnard and Ventura
|LA County Department of Public Works
|Topanga Beach Bus
|The Beach Bus connects Warner Center at Owensmouth/Oxnard to the Expo Light Rail station in Downtown Santa Monica