The city of Arcadia is easily accessed right off the 210 Freeway, about 12 miles northeast of downtown Los Angeles and about 8 miles east of Pasadena. Just below the beautiful San Gabriel Mountains. The Downtown district is south of the freeway, exit 33.
Arcadia Transit offers the public curb-to-curb transportation within the city limits. Riders share the use of the vehicle, making the cost considerably less than a taxi. Each Arcadia Transit van is clearly marked and is wheelchair accessible.
Fees are $1 for children and adults; $0.25, seniors 62 and older, and people with disabilities.
Trip requests accepted weekdays from 7 a.m.-9:30 p.m., and weekends from 7 a.m.-7 p.m. To request a ride, call (626) 445-2211. TDD users call (626) 445-2522.
Metro Gold Line
The Arcadia Station is part of the Foothill Gold Line from Pasadena to Azusa.
The Arcadia Station is located on the northwest corner of North First Avenue and East Santa Clara Street, a short block away from Downtown Arcadia’s main commercial area on Huntington Drive. A 300-car parking structure is just west of the station and city’s transit plaza. Bicycle parking and lockers also available.