Mobility

Shuttle service to Dodger Stadium is back

A $300,000 grant from the South Coast Air Quality Management District will pay for free shuttle buses this season between the stadium and Union Station, Zach Behrens says at LAist. The service was cancelled last season when neither the city nor the Dodgers wanted to pay for it. Buses will run every 10 minutes before games, every 30 minutes or so during games, and as needed for 45 minutes after games.

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