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Rose Bowl Shuttle Service

Posted January 15th, 2020 in Connections, FootnotesRose Bowl Shuttle Service

Go car(e) free to live events at the Rose Bowl. Let us take care of the driving, so you can sit back, relax, and avoid the hassle of Rose Bowl traffic and parking. The shuttle is a straight shot to the front gates of the Rose Bowl. Park your car at the Parsons parking lot. […]

Commuter Express Changes – Coming March 1!

Posted January 15th, 2020 in Agency News, Commuters, DTLA, Featured, Footnotes, SchedulesFoothill Transit passenger

We are making some changes to our Commuter Express Lines to create a more efficient and effective commute to downtown Los Angeles. Take a look below to see what’s coming around the corner. How sweet it is in the SGV — we’re launching a new Commuter Express line in Covina! Introducing a new way to […]

Back to Class with the Pass

Posted January 9th, 2020 in Discounts, Featured, Footnotes, How To, TechnologyGrad Image Class Pass

Pass your classes with the help of the Class Pass. Will you be enrolled in the spring semester at Mt. SAC, University of La Verne, Citrus College, any of the Claremont Colleges, or Azusa Pacific University? Make sure to get your Class Pass today. You won’t pay a cent to pick it up. If you […]

January Connections

Posted January 6th, 2020 in Connections, Family, Featured, Food, Footnotes, HolidaysJanuary Connections

ASIAN AMERICAN EXPO January 18th and 19th — 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Pomona Fairplex — 2705 Fairplex Dr, Pomona It’s that time of year! Celebrate the coming of the Lunar New Year with the local communities at the Asian American Expo. Come for the food and culture, stay for the entertainment. Hang out and […]

Finding a little more “you” time

Posted January 5th, 2020 in Commuters, Featured, Footnotes, Holidays, How Toreading on the bus

It’s a new year. So it’s the perfect opportunity to look at how you spend your time. Many of us run around ragged every day. But maybe this year, we can adopt a little bit of Hygge (pronounced “hoo-gah”), a philosophy from Denmark. People all over the world are embracing the Hygge way of life. […]

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