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Free bus service to Dodger Stadium


Playoffs begin tomorrow against Arizona

Metro announced that starting tomorrow, it will provide free Dodger Stadium Express bus service for the 2023 National League Division Series against the Arizona Diamondbacks.

The Dodgers' home games against the Diamondbacks are scheduled for Oct. 7, Oct. 9 and Oct. 14. Fans can ride Dodger Stadium Express to the game for free. Regular fares apply on all other connecting bus, rail, bikeshare and Metro Micro services.

Dodger Stadium Express buses will be available from both Los Angeles Union Station in downtown L.A. and from the South Bay Harbor Gateway Transit Center in Gardena.

From L.A. Union Station, buses will pick up fans about every 10 minutes in front of the station west adjacent to Alameda Street near the taxi zone. During the playoffs, service from Union Station begins two hours prior to the start of the game through the end of the second inning.

Return service runs until 45 minutes after the final out or 20 minutes after post-game events. Passengers can use two stops at the ballpark–either behind center field or at the top deck.

From Harbor Gateway Transit Center, attendees can board buses located at Bay 9, with buses running every 30 minutes. Riders can board at any of the following stations: Slauson, Westchester, Harbor Freeway and Rosecrans. Service from the transit center begins two hours prior to the start of the game and ends 45 minutes after games are over or 20 minutes after a

post-game event.

Both express services will utilize a dedicated bus lane on Sunset Boulevard, where game day traffic congestion is the heaviest. Metro has partnered with the Los Angeles Department of Transportation for traffic mitigation support that will help expedite trips to and from games.