Little desire for public shuttle service in Calabasas

ALL ABOARD—Ali Asghar relies on public transportation to attend Pierce College. He’s sad to see the Calabasas trolley being cut back.
Most residents in affluent Calabasas and neighboring cities own at least one car and rarely use public transit.
But some residents still depend on buses and shuttles to get to school and work and to run errands.
Ali Asghar, a 21-year-old from Calabasas, said that while public transportation in Los Angeles is expanding, and the 161 Metro bus from Woodla...

Oops! An active online subscription is required to access this content.

Please login below or Subscribe today!