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Silver Streak (bus)

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Silver Streak
Foothill Transit NABI 60-BRT articulated bus.jpg
Overview
OperatorFoothill Transit
VehicleNorth American Bus Industries 60-foot articulated bus
Began serviceMarch 18, 2007
Route
Route typeTransitway
LocaleSan Gabriel Valley, California USA
StartMontclair Transcenter
EndOlympic/Grand (Downtown LA)
Length38 mi (61 km)
Stations17
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The Silver Streak is a bus rapid transit system operating between Montclair and Los Angeles by Foothill Transit which travels from the Montclair TransCenter via the San Bernardino Freeway to El Monte Bus Station and from there using the El Monte Busway into Downtown Los Angeles.

The service was introduced in 2007 in response to over-crowding on the Foothill's 480 service. Introduction of the competing Silver Line service was delayed until December 2009 due to an objection by Foothill Transit. A joint-fare program was introduced with the Silver Line between the El Monte Bus Station and downtown LA in October 2012.

History

The express Silver Streak was introduced in 2007 in response to overcrowding on Line 480, Foothill's most popular line. The new service used higher-capacity vehicles and eliminated the many deviations and minor stops on Line 480. It was designed to appeal to discretionary riders.[1] The route is also referred to as Line 707.[2] Silver Streak was introduced with onboard wi-fi on the NABI articulated buses.

With the introduction of the Silver Streak, the 'Local Plus Service' on Lines 482, 486, 488, 492, and 494 was converted to local service only, and terminated at El Monte Bus Station; with Line 480 terminating at Westfield West Covina. Passengers were then asked to transfer to Silver Streak, 481 or Metro service to continue to Downtown Los Angeles.

On-board wi-fi was discontinued in 2009 due to low usage and to cut costs. Ridership of the Silver Streak fell since the introduction of the Metro Silver Line in 2009.

In October 2012 the rebuilt and expanded El Monte Bus Station opened, and a joint fare program was introduced on the Silver Streak/Silver Line. This allowed the same ticket to be used on either service between the bus station and Downtown LA.

Fares

Metro and Foothill Transit passengers can now ride either the Metro Silver Line or Foothill's Silver Streak using each other's pass between Downtown Los Angeles and El Monte Station. The program is not eligible outside this range. The joint agreement range of the Silver 2 Silver bus program is only between El Monte Station and Downtown Los Angeles. The one-way fare is $2.45 for trips of any length, in contrast to the regular Foothill fare of $1.25. A discounted fare of $1.15 for seniors, the disabled, and Medicare card holders applies. Fares were free from the start of service until April 1, 2007.

List of stops, from East to West

Station Major Connections Stop type
Montclair TransCenter Transit Center
Pomona TransCenter Transit Center
San Bernardino Fwy. & Azusa Ave.
  • Foothill Transit: 280, 480
Freeway Ramp Stop
Vincent Ave. & Lakes Dr.
  • Foothill Transit: 480
Street Stop
Westfield West Covina
  • Foothill Transit: 178, 185, 272, 480, 488
Transit Center
West Covina Pkwy. & Toluca Ave.
  • Foothill Transit: 178
Street Stop
San Bernardino Fwy. & Puente Ave.
  • Foothill Transit: 272, 274
Freeway Ramp Stop
El Monte Station

 Silver Line Metro Silver Line

Transit Center
Cal State LA

 Silver Line Metro Silver Line

  • El Monte Busway (connections listed here)
Busway Station
LA County+USC Medical Center

 Silver Line Metro Silver Line

  • El Monte Busway (connections listed here)
Busway Station
El Monte Busway/Alameda (Union Station)

 Red Line Metro Red Line
 Purple Line Metro Purple Line
 Gold Line Metro Gold Line
 Silver Line Metro Silver Line

Freeway Ramp Stop
Arcadia St. & Los Angeles St. Street Stop
Spring St. & 1st St. Street Stop
Broadway & 1st St. (Civic Center)

 Red Line Metro Red Line
 Purple Line Metro Purple Line
 Silver Line Metro Silver Line

  • Metro Rapid: 728, 745, 770
Street Stop
Grand Ave./Olive St. & 2nd St. Street Stop
Grand Ave./Olive St. & 5th St. (Pershing Square)

 Red Line Metro Red Line
 Purple Line Metro Purple Line
 Silver Line Metro Silver Line

Street Stop
Grand Ave./Olive St. & 7th St. (7th St/Metro Center)

 Red Line Metro Red Line
 Purple Line Metro Purple Line
 Blue Line Metro Blue Line
 Expo Line Metro Expo Line
 Silver Line Metro Silver Line

  • Metro Rapid: 720, 760, 770
Street Stop
Grand Ave./Olive St. & Olympic Blvd.
  • Metro Rapid: 728
Street Stop

Fleet

60-foot NABI articulated buses are used on this route, like the ones used on the Metro Orange Line, some Metro Local, and some Metro Rapid routes.[3] Each 60-foot NABI articulated bus has a "Spirit of..." label on both sides. The labels represent a city, community, or large area served by that route. 42-foot NABI BRT buses (F1700-F1724) are used during late night and early morning hours and on weekends, with 40-foot NABI buses (F1500-1509) used when the NABI BRT buses are not available.

Bus Number "Spirit of..."
F1600 Arcadia
F1601 San Dimas
F1602 Avocado Heights
F1603 Azusa
F1604 Baldwin Park
F1605 Bassett
F1606 Bradbury
F1607 Charter Oak
F1608 City of Industry
F1609 Claremont
F1610 Covina
F1611 Diamond Bar
F1612 Duarte
F1613 El Monte
F1614 Glendora
F1615 Hacienda Heights
F1616 Irwindale
F1617 La Puente
F1618 La Verne
F1619 Los Angeles County
F1620 Monrovia
F1621 Pomona
F1622 Pomona Valley
F1623 Rowland Heights
F1624 San Gabriel Valley
F1625 South El Monte
F1626 Temple City
F1627 Valinda
F1628 Walnut
F1629 West Covina

References

  1. ^ MassTransitMag.com Foothill Transit's Silver Streak Set to Launch Retrieved on December 18, 2016
  2. ^ Foothill Transit - We Drive Archived 2007-11-04 at the Wayback Machine.
  3. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2007-10-23. Retrieved 2007-04-03.
This page was last edited on 18 June 2018, at 20:54
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