Save Time & Money Using Public TransitLa Mirada Transit makes traveling in La Mirada easier than ever!
Curb-to-curb transportation service is provided in La Mirada through a contract with MV Transportation, Inc. Clean, comfortable vehicles provide residents with curb-to-curb service in the community and offer convenient connections to other transit systems. Patrons enjoy easy access to surrounding communities, as well as direct connections to regional rail service via Metrolink and Metro Green Line. Rides to work, medical appointments, shopping, school, recreation, and other locations are available.
Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday: 6:30 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Saturday: 9:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
La Mirada Transit Holiday Schedule:
For additional information, call La Mirada Transit at (562) 943-6776.
Cost: Full fare is $1 and a discount fare of $.50 is available for seniors, disabled, Medicare card holders, and children under five for a one-way trip.
La Mirada Transit offers three types of service:
- Immediate: Service for riders ready to be picked up.
- Advanced: Service may be scheduled up to one day in advance.
- Reservations for trips to medical appointments can be made up to 5 days in advance.
- Subscription: Service for passengers who need to ride on a regularly scheduled basis.
*Rides are scheduled based on availability. If your desired pick up or return time is not available then a La Mirada Transit reservation agent will offer you an alternative time when available.
Transit NewsTransit Discount Fare Passes
The City of La Mirada sells La Mirada Transit discount fare passes ($5.00) and regular fare passes ($10.00) at the following facilities: Resource Center, Activity Center, Splash!, Gymnasium and on board Transit Vehicles. The La Mirada Transit regular fare is $1 and the discount fare is $.50 for seniors 62 years or older, disabled, Medicare cardholders, and children under five (proof of age/identification not necessary at time of sale of discount pass). Both the regular fare pass and discount fare pass are valid for 10 one-way trips. The pass is non-refundable.
Transit locations outside of La Mirada
MV Transportation, Inc., under contract by the City of La Mirada, offers service to the Westridge mall located at the southeast corner of Beach Blvd. and Imperial Highway in the City of La Habra. This service offers additional shopping opportunities at stores located outside of La Mirada. Pick up and drop off locations are available at the following stores: Kohl’s, Lowes, Wal-Mart or Sam’s Club. For more information or to schedule a ride pick up, call La Mirada Transit at (714) 521-0330 or (562) 943-6776.
City of La Mirada Transit Contractor
MV Transportation, Inc. has been providing transportation services since 1975. The company serves many communities across the nation for transit authorities, cities, counties, state agencies, and private parties. The company manages and operates more than 140 contracts providing transit service in 26 states and the District of Columbia. MV Transportation, Inc. employs more than 11,000 transit professionals.
Take a Ride on Public Transit in La Mirada
- Click here for La Mirada Area Bus Routes
- Click here for How to Ride Guide La Mirada Transit Brochure
- Click here for details on Subscription Schedules
TITLE VI POLICY
In accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the City of La Mirada/La Mirada Transit is committed to ensuring that no person shall be excluded from receiving transit services on the basis of race, color, creed, national origin, economic status or language proficiency.
If you feel that you have been discriminated against in the provision of La Mirada Transit services, please contact:
Administrative Services Department - La Mirada Transit
City of La Mirada
13700 La Mirada Blvd,
La Mirada, CA 90638
Visit these sites for all your transportation needs and questions:
- California Department of Transportation
Information about State and regional traffic projects, real-time road conditions, and related transportation information.
- Los Angeles Department of Transportation
Greater Los Angeles traffic conditions, transportation news and services.
- Department of Motor Vehicles
Information on vehicle registration, driver's licenses, and driving laws.
Bus Routes for Surroundings Areas:
- Foothill Transit
- Long Beach Transit
- Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority
- Montebello Transit
- Norwalk Transit
- Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA)
- Southern California Regional Rail Authority (Metrolink)
- Information on train schedules, route maps, fares, and railway news.
Share the Ride:
- Rideshare Resource
Carpooling can cut your commute costs in half. Your trips can be much faster as you glide along 455 miles of freeway carpool lanes.
- Carpool Resource
Provides information and tips about carpooling in Southern California.
- Get to Work
Employers can set up vanpools or provide free transit passes for all employee. Call (213) 922-2811 or click here for more info.
Transportation Assistance for Disabled Persons:
This paratransit transportation assistance is offered under provisions of the program Americans with Disabilities Act. Provides curb-to-curb for disabled persons unable to use public fixed route transportation systems. Fares based on distance, ranging from $1.80 to $2.70 each way.
Park & Ride Locations:
Southern California Park & Ride and Transit-Only Parking Facilities
Drive less by using one of the area's many Park & Ride lots in Norwalk, Santa Fe Springs, and Whittier.
- Click here for additional Park & Ride lots
Traffic Safety Information:
Watch the Road Organization
Coalition to increase driving safety and traffic awareness. Provides safety tips, articles, facts, and statistics for motorists, bicyclists, and pedestrians.
- Southern California Bicycle Services
Provides maps of local bicycle routes, safety information, and news for Southern California bicyclist.
Make your daily commute on transit for a fraction of the cost of driving and avoid the stress of fighting traffic. Call 1-511-Commute for help. Click here for Metro 24 hours a day to plan your bus or rail trip, join a carpool, find a Park & Ride lot or buy your Metro pass.