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Metro plans to convert its entire fleet of buses to zero emission buses by 2030. The first phase of the transition will launch on the Orange Line with the deployment of battery electric buses. To accommodate the new buses, Metro will be installing bus charging stations at the Orange Line North Hollywood Station.
Due to construction activity, the west parking lot will be closed from Monday, July 22, through October 31. For alternative parking, use the north, south or east parking lots at North Hollywood Station that are accessible from Chandler Boulevard or Cumpston Street.
The Orange Line North Hollywood bus terminal will also be closed beginning Sunday, July 28, through Oct. 31. The pick up/drop off locations will be relocated to the following:
Red Line service at North Hollywood Station will not be affected.
The transition to electric buses will provide a cleaner, quieter fleet and significantly lower environmental impacts of Metro operations. This will help local air quality and result in fewer greenhouse gas emissions by agency vehicles.
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