San Gabriel & Pomona Valleys

Foothill Transit services the foothill communities, the San Gabriel Valley and Pomona Valley, and offers express buses to Pasadena and Los Angeles. Base fare is $1.25 and TAP cards are can be used on Foothill Transit buses.

Line 187: Montclair↔Pasadena

Line 187 is an express route that travels 30 miles (48 km), between Montclair and Pasadena, only stopping at major intersections. Details→

Attractions on Route 187:

Old Pasadena→

Playhouse District→

South Lake Avenue→

Pasadena Museum of California Art→

Pasadena City College→

A Noise Within→

Pasadena Playhouse→

Santa Anita Park→

Duarte Bike Trail→

Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden

Hotels on Route 187:

dusitD2 Hotel Constance→ the bus stops directly in front of this hotel, at the Colorado Blvd./Catalina Ave. stop.

Courtyard Marriott Old Pasadena→  the Raymond Ave. and Walnut St. stop is 242 ft or .8 km from this hotel.

Residence Inn Marriott Old Pasadena→ the Raymond Ave. and Walnut St. stop is .2 miles or .3 km from this hotel.

Westin Pasadena→ the Colorado Blvd./Los Robles Ave. stop is .2 miles or .3 km from this hotel.

Hilton Pasadena→ the Colorado Blvd./Los Robles Ave. stop is .2 miles or .3 km from this hotel.

Sheraton Pasadena→ the Colorado Blvd./Marengo Ave. stop is .4 miles or 6.5 km from this hotel.

Hotel Le Reve→ 3 blocks away from the Sierra Madre Villa Station stop, .6 miles, or 1 km.

View more hotels→

UCLA Bruins Football Shuttles

Foothill Transit operates free shuttles between the Rose Bowl and Parsons Corporation in Old Pasadena, these shuttles are activated for all UCLA Bruins’ home games during the regular season. Shuttles go directly to the front gates of the stadium with no other stops along the way. Shuttles begin approximately three hours before kick-off and continue until 90 minutes after the final play. Spectators can pay to park in the Parsons parking lot or opt to take Foothill Transit line 187 to the Fair Oaks Ave./Holly St. stop and walk across the street to Parsons. Details→

Electric Buses

Foothill Transit was the first transit agency in the United States to put a fast-charge electric bus unto service, it was also the first agency in the country to operate a 100% fast-charge electric bus line (line 291). As of 2017, 10% of their fleet will run on zero-emissions electric buses, and by 2030 the agency has committed to making their fleet 100% electric. Details→

Bike Racks

All buses feature a bike rack that fits up to two bikes max. Details→

Resources

Foothill Transit Trip Planner→

Maps and Schedules→

Website

foothilltransit.org