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Burbank Bus

Burbank Bus
Slogan "Going places"
Parent City of Burbank
Headquarters 275 East Olive Avenue
Locale Burbank, California
Service type bus service, paratransit Youth Bus Service
Routes 4
Fleet 35 ft. Blue Bird Buses, Startrans President FE, Starcraft Minibuses
Operator MV Transportation Inc

Burbank Bus is Burbank, California's transportation service, providing local routes that serve the need of those commuting within the city itself or who plan on using the bus to connect with rail service to Los Angeles or surrounding suburbs. Burbank Bus compliments the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority's crosstown routes through the city.

MV Transportation Inc has been the system's operator since 2011.[1]


  • Fixed-route service 1
    • Route overview 1.1
    • Fares 1.2
  • Got Wheels 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Fixed-route service

As of June 2015, 4 routes are operated by Burbank Bus, all of them operating in loops.[2] Burbank bus routes run on weekdays in the rush hour. There is no midday service except for the NoHo-airport route.

Major points of interest in the area served by Burbank Bus include:

Route overview

Route Terminal Via Service Hours Schedule Information
noho → airport
North Hollywood Metro Station Burbank Blvd., Buena Vista St., Empire Ave., Hollywood Way 5:30am - 10:30pm [1]
empire → downtown
Downtown Burbank Metrolink Empire Ave., Ontario St., Glenoaks Blvd. 6:00 - 10:15am [2]
Glenoaks Blvd., Ontario St., Empire Ave. 3:00 - 6:30pm
metrolink → media district
Downtown Burbank Metrolink Olive Ave. 6:00 - 10:30am
2:20 - 7:00pm
noho → media district
North Hollywood Metro Station Hollywood Way, Alameda Ave., Buena Vista St., Magnolia Blvd. 6:00 - 9:50am
2:50 - 7:10pm


Cash fare to ride fixed-route Burbank Bus is $1.00, or free to passengers with the following:[3]

  • Access Services Green Rider ID card
  • City of Burbank Resident Senior Activity Card
  • Intra-service transfer slip
  • Metro EZ Transit Pass
  • Metrolink Monthly Pass
  • Metrolink 7-Day Pass
  • Metrolink One-Way / Round-Trip Ticket

Got Wheels

Burbank Bus operates a youth bus program for children 10–18. The program connects schools to malls, parks, recreation centes, etc. A pass is required to board the bus. The service operates during summer break.


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External links

  • Official website

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