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Los Angeles LAX Airport Shuttles, Taxis and Trains


A complimentary shuttle service is offered between the terminals at Los Angeles International Airport 24 hours a day, arriving at each terminal every 12-15 minutes. The shuttle also transports passengers between the economy parking lot C and the Metro Green Line Station. Travellers intending to use this service should look for the blue LAX Shuttle and Airline Connections sign on the lower level of each terminal.

The shuttle routes are labelled with their own letter and stop at different locations. Route A stops at every terminal, route C takes passengers to and from parking lot C and route G transports travellers to and from the Metro Green Line station.


This service offers a regular service seven days a week between Los Angeles LAX Airport and Irvine, Union Station, Van Nuys and Westwood. No reservations are required and all buses drop passengers off on the upper level of each terminal. Travellers can board this service from the lower level under the green “FlyAway, Buses and Long Distance Vans” signs.

Long Distance Vans

Roadrunner Shuttle offer a service to Simi Valley, Ventura County and Santa Barbara County and picks up passengers from the lower level.


The Metro Green Line station is accessible via a free shuttle bus which picks up passengers on the lower level of each terminal at LAX Airport.

Public Buses

The same shuttle (C) transports passenger to the Metro Bus Center where city buses serve the Los Angeles area. The Information Display Board (in the baggage claim area) shows the latest times and news.

There are other public bus authorities serving Los Angeles International Airport: these are Culver City Bus Lines, Santa Monica Big Blue Bus and Torrance Transit. Passengers can pick up these buses in the Metro Bus Center in economy parking lot C.


The following companies operate specific services from Los Angeles LAX to destinations across California:

Grayline/Coach USA – Travels to Universal Studios, Knott's Berry Farm, The Disneyland Hotel and all Anaheim Resort Hotels - 714-978-8855

Airport Bus of Bakersfield – Travels to Bakersfield (about two hours north of LA)

Antelope Valley Airport Express – Goes to Newhall, Palmdale and Lancaster in the Antelope Valley.

Central Coast Shuttle – Goes to Ventura, Santa Barbara, Buellton, and Santa Maria - 1-800-470-8818

Mickey's Space Ship Shuttle – Takes passengers to Universal Studios, Knotts Berry Farm, all Disneyland Anaheim resort hotels, O.C. Convention Center, John Wayne Airport, Buena Park, Garden Grove, Huntington Beach and San Clemente - (714) 642-5399.

Santa Barbara Airbus – Goes to Santa Barbara, Goleta and Carpinteria.

Shuttle One - Travels to Disneyland, Knott’s Berry Farm and hotels in the Anaheim, Buena Park, and Garden Grove area - (800) 400-7488.

Ventura County Airporter – Takes travellers to Ventura and Oxnard.

Shared Ride Vans

Prime Time Shuttle and SuperShuttle offer services from Los Angeles International Airport to all counties in southern California.


Located on the curbside of the lower level of each terminal under a yellow sign, passengers are given a ticket with fares to the well-known destinations. The following are authorised cab companies:

  • Authorized Taxicab Supervision (323) 776-5324

  • Beverly Hills Cab Company (310) 273-6611

  • Independent Taxi   (323) 666-0040

  • Yellow Cab     (310) 851-5022

  • Checker Cab    (213) 482-3456

  • Bell Cab Company    (310) 219-3100

  • City Cab    (818) 780-1000

  • United Cab    (323)

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