Groups are responsible for providing their own transportation.
If you choose to arrive by bus, please make sure you indicate how many buses you will be bringing. You may do this when you order your tickets online, OR, you may log back into your account and update your bus count. If you have indicated that you will be arriving by bus, the Guadalupe Celebration organizers will send you a bus packet in July that will contain more information about bus routes and bus parking fees. Click here for more information.
Visitors can connect to the local Metro Bus service at Union Station in downtown Los Angeles via the Metro Red/Purple Line or the Metro Gold Line by using Metro Rapid Line 740 that operates out of the bus plaza adjacent to the east portal at Union Station. From bus bay # 5, patrons can take Metro Bus Line 740 (South Bay Galleria-Redondo Beach) and get off the line at Broadway and Martin Luther King Boulevard.
From the San Fernando Valley, Hollywood and Westside areas, patrons can take the Metro Red/Purple Line to the 7th Street/Metro Center Station in the heart of downtown Los Angeles and transfer to the Metro Blue Line to Long Beach alighting at the Metro Blue Line Grand Station where they can connect to Metro line 40, 42/42A three blocks east of Broadway at Broadway and Washington and head south.
Metro operates a number of Metro bus and rail lines including the Metro Blue Line between Long Beach and Los Angeles, the Metro Green Line between Norwalk and El Segundo, the Metro Red/Purple subway lines from the Westside, the San Fernando Valley and Hollywood areas as well as the Metro Gold Line between Pasadena and Los Angeles.
For specific route and schedule information regarding Metro services to the LA Memorial Coliseum, visit Metro’s Trip Planner or call 1-800-C-O-M-M-U-T-E.