What is the Warner Center Mobility Map?

The Warner Center Mobility Map is an interactive web map that displays all of the rail, bus and bicycle options which serve the Warner Center area. As an interactive map you are able to pull up information that applies to your commute specifically. For example, you can click on mobility options of interest and find details about them in their pop-up tables, including their updates routes and schedules! You can also type in any address or place name in the lookup bar, like your home or destination, and see nearby mobility options. 

How to use the Mobility Map


Find your location of interest by using the lookup bar, and adjust the scale by clicking the + and – buttons on the left side of the screen. To easily return to the Warner Center Area, click the home button.

Finding Mobility Option Information

Display the map legend by clicking the double arrows button on the top left of the map and then click the arrow associated with each map feature.

To find details about the mobility options you’re interested in, simply click directly on a point or line and a pop-up table should appear. All of the rail and bus lines serving Warner Center, as well as all Metro Rail Lines, are equipped with links to their updated schedules.

Map Customization

The map automatically displays selected mobility options which serve the Warner Center Area. To customize the mobility options which display, click the double arrows button on the top left of the map to open the legend. Toggle the options which display by selecting the checkbox. If you activate the Warner Center Boundary or LA City/County boundary, it may inhibit your ability to click on mobility option features; to avoid this, deactivate these options before selecting a mobility option.


Warner Center Mobility Map


Map Definitions

Warner Center Shuttle: Run by LA Metro, the  shuttle provides 10  stops that improve access to Westfield Topanga, The Village, Warner Center Corporate Park, Kaiser Permanente and other nearby locations. The new shuttle will travel in both directions, run seven days a week and run every 10 minutes most times of the day.

LADOT Commuter Express: Commuter Express makes a limited number of stops, making travel times shorter.

Bike Path: off-street paved path, intended exclusively for non-motorized use. Electric-assist and electric-powered mobility devices (e.g. electric bikes) allowed as per CA State Statute**

Bike Lane: on-street striped travel lane, for the exclusive use of bicycles

Bike Route: on-street shared travel lane, shared space with other vehicular traffic

If you have any feedback for how the map could be improved, please feel free to reach out to info@warnerconnects.org