LOS ANGELES - What’s the best way to get from where you are to the parade route in Exposition Park?
- You can drive and hope that you’ll can find a place to park. The SpotHero app says it has garage parking along the route.
- You could ride a bike or motorcycle.
- You could also take trains, buses and public transportation
Exposition Park stations that could be busy to include the J-Line, Jefferson-USC and Expo Park-USC stations.
"Those are the three important stations to connect with the parade,"Jose Ublado with Metro explained.
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Metro officials say they will be maintaining peak service levels and use all their trains to add capacity on parade day.
It’s a long enough route where you might find parking here and there, but you’d have to get here awfully early. Then there’s dealing with parade day traffic.
"It’s going to be a nightmare," Ubaldo said.
Because of road closures, the Metro spokesman says even buses will have to make detours.
To be clear there’ s no free transportation at Metro.
There is a price to take the trains and buses, but same goes taxi sevices, ridesharing apps and everything else.
We asked Uber if customers could expect surge-pricing parade day? When pressed, a spokesperson with the ridesharing app issued the following response:
"We don’t know because drivers work on their own schedules — we will only know how many there are online when they go online tomorrow."
If you take the train you might spot Christopher Ruffin, a Rams fan who is planning to go to Wednesday’s parade.
"I’d rather catch a train and make it easy on myself," Ruffin explained.
Is he happy about catching a train for the parade?
"Yes I am," he says adding, "I love sports. I like to win. We won."
Metro suggests whatever you decide to do leave early given the crowds that are expected Wednesday in Exposition Park.
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