WEST HOLLYWOOD—The city of West Hollywood has announced that the free Cityline service will make it easier to connect to destinations with Metro Red Line service on Saturdays, offering two routes for evening and nighttime options.

According to the city of West Hollywood website, Cityline “Commuter” service, which runs on weekdays during morning and evening commute hours will now be available on Saturday evenings from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. and runs the full length of Santa Monica Boulevard with regular stops between Robertson Boulevard and La Brea Avenue, as well as Hollywood & Highland for Metro Red Line service.

Cityline “Shortline” service presents a new night route available on Saturday from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. With arrivals every 10 to 12 minutes, Shortline service operates between Hollywood & Highland for Metro Red Line service, and the corner of Santa Monica and Crescent Heights Boulevards.

The two Saturday services will assist residents access Hollywood and the Metro Red Line to reach destinations such as Downtown Los Angeles; visitors will be able to get into West Hollywood without using a car.

Cityline Commuter and Shortline maps are available online by visiting www.weho.org/cityline and clicking on the Commuter or Shortline tab. A PDF is available by clicking www.weho.org/Home/ShowDocument?id=38336.

Riders who use Cityline Shortline in West Hollywood can choose to walk to their West Hollywood destination from Crescent Heights and Santa Monica or transfer to one of the City’s free trolley services: The Pickup, which runs on Santa Monica Boulevard, or The Sunset Trip which runs along the Sunset Strip and connects to Melrose and Santa Monica Boulevard at specific stops.

West Hollywood’s free Cityline service recently debuted its brand-new fleet of environmentally friendly vehicles, a sharp new logo, and a new look featuring the works of incredible visual artists. The city runs Cityline “Local” and Cityline “Commuter” service Monday through Saturday and, now, Cityline “Commuter” and Cityline “Shortline” service on Saturday evenings and nights.

New Cityline vehicles are comprised of an environmentally friendly NGV (Natural Gas Vehicle) fleet that utilizes compressed natural gas (CNG) as opposed to gasoline or diesel fuel. The new vehicles feature bicycle racks for easier car-free travel.

For information about Cityline Local and Cityline Commuter service, including links to schedules and maps, visit www.weho.org/cityline.

For details about Cityline, contact Perri Sloane Goodman, Transportation Program Administrator, at (323) 848-6370 or at pgoodman@weho.org. For people who are Deaf or hard of hearing, please call TTY (323) 848-6496. For up-to-date news and events, follow the City of West Hollywood on social media @WeHoCity and sign up for news updates at www.weho.org/email.