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Poor LA Metro, too long shunned by tourists in favour of more convenient buses or taxis, it’s only recently starting to be seen as a viable way for visitors to get around. In a city historically dominated by cars, not many tourists rely on the system the way locals do, or other tourists do in, say, London, Berlin or New York. But all that’s changing as ambitious plans will see the network of ten lines growing to cover areas like WeHo and Koreatown with loads of brand-new stations and lines — though some of the bigger ones won’t be finished until 2023. One of the reasons tourists haven’t depended on the system is because the first line was only opened in 1990, making it rather young in urban transport terms. But if you plan on seeing as much of the city as you can, it’s worth loading a day’s pass onto your TAP card for $7 or a week’s worth for $25, and making the most of it.

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