Laurel Canyon station
Platform of the Station
|Location||5370-5371 Laurel Canyon Blvd, Valley Village, Los Angeles|
|Bicycle facilities||4 bike rack spaces
8 bike lockers
|Opened||October 29, 2005|
Laurel Canyon is a station on the Los Angeles Metro Orange Line, in the Los Angeles County Metro Liner system. It is named after adjacent Laurel Canyon Boulevard, and it is located in the Valley Village district of the City of Los Angeles, in the San Fernando Valley.
|■ Orange Line||toward Chatsworth or Warner Center (Valley College)|
|■ Orange Line||toward North Hollywood (Terminus)|
The floor mural and fence art in this station is called "Lucky California" by Pyung Hyunh. It depicts lucky Chinese cherubs flying around Californian Poppies, a symbol of traditional luck and the Californian imagery coming together as one. The floor mural also depicts of two Cherub pilots waving in an atmosphere of airplanes, birds, an flying oranges; this is to show the faces of modern pop culture that doesn't look at things specifically and culturally, but rather as a whole and a new perspective. They also express in a happy way of greetings and farewell to anyone who gets on or off at the station.
Metro Liner BRT service
- Metro Local: 230, 237, 656
- Metro Orange Line bicycle path - adjacent.
- LA Metro: Orange Line Timetable - schedules
- LA Metro: Orange Line map and stations - route map and station addresses and features
- Orange Line history
- LA Metro - countywide: official website
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