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There are 3 major airports near Northridge and the closest one is Bob Hope Airport, in Burbank, located at a distance of 10 miles from the center area of the city.


The other 2 airports that are close to Northridge are Los Angeles International Airport (21 miles) and Ontario International Airport (26 miles).


Burbank is 26 minutes away from Northridge, by car, and the cost of the fuel is $2.40 for a one-way trip and $4.80 for a round trip.


Visitors will find car rental counters, in Bob Hope Airport, at Terminal B and shuttle and cab services in front of the terminal.


The Amtrak station is within walking distance from the main terminal, making it easy for travelers to get to their desired destination from the airport.


Getting around

► By bus:

Greyhound is offering numerous bus routes with many stops, across California, including Anaheim, Bakersfield, Compton, Delano, Exeter, Fresno and dozens of other stops.

There are Metro Bus lines around CSUN, making easy for visitors and students to get from campus to other parts of Northridge, such as North Hollywood or Warner Center.

Local Metro Lines: Metro Local Line 158 (Chatsworth - Sherman Oaks via Devonshire St. & Woodman Ave.); 166/364 (Chatsworth - Pacoima via Nordhoff St. & Osborne St.); 167 (Plummer St - Coldwater Canyon Ave. - Chatsworth Transportation Center); 239 (Encino - San Fernando via White Oak Ave. & Rinaldi St.); 240 (Canoga Park - Universal City Station via Ventura Bl/Northridge via Reseda Blvd.) and Metro Rapid Line 741 (Tarzana - Northridge via Reseda Blvd.).

► By Train/Subway:

The Los Angeles County Metro Rail is operated by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority and provides 5 rail lines across Los Angeles County: Blue Line, Red Line (subway line), Green Line (light rail line), Gold Line and Purple Line (subway line), linking Los Angeles with other destinations such as Long Beach, North Hollywood, Norwalk, Pasadena and Koreatown.

Good to Know: The regular Metro fares are as follows: $5 for a Metro Day Pass, $17 for a Weekly Pass, for a Monthly Pass $62 and $24 for a Student Fare Card (monthly).