Short answer: Not just Santa Monica Boulevard

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CityLine is West Hollywood’s free daytime bus service. It runs six days a week, Monday through Saturday. It’s used most heavily by seniors and disabled residents.

The CityLine route affects who chooses to use the service. It’s not a straight line down Santa Monica Boulevard. It may not appeal to potential riders who are time-sensitive. Instead, the City has carefully designed the route to meet the needs of current riders. So we may ask, where do current CityLine riders travel from and to?

The chart below shows where riders were getting on and off in 2010. The pattern is probably roughly the same today, despite some route changes. The numbers add up to 200% because each trip has an origin and a destination.

The chart illustrates why the CityLine doesn’t just go up and down Santa Monica Boulevard. Some of the more popular locations are large buildings away from the Boulevard — for example, on Kings Road — that house many seniors and disabled residents.


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Short answer: Not just Santa Monica Boulevard| CityLine is West Hollywood's free daytime bus service. It runs six days a week, Monday through Saturday. It's used most heavily by seniors and disabled residents. The CityLine route affects who chooses to use the service. It's not a straight line down...