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Mission Statement

To promote and provide safe, courteous, and efficient multimodal public transportation and parking facilities and services which support a livable community and economic opportunity for the people of Covina.

 

Major Functions
Bus Passes


Covina Transit


Metrolink Parking


Parking in Covina

 

Other Functions of the Transportation Section

  • Administration of Proposition A, Proposition C, and Measure R Local Return Transportation Funds.

  • Sale of subsidized bus passes for seniors and persons with disabilities.

  • Liaison to METRO, SCRRA (Metrolink), Foothill Transit, San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments and Southern California Association of Governments.

 


Contact Information

Transportation Section
Covina City Hall, 125 E. College Street

Tel 626.384.5520
City of Covina Public Works Department

Open Monday - Thursday, 7 am - 6 pm
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Links to Other Agencies

For public transportation schedules and more detailed information, please visit one of the sites above.


Transportation Section

 

Covina Transit
Parking
Programs & Resources


 

City of Covina Fee Schedule

 

To find the most recent fee schedule for the City of Covina, click here.

 

 
Construction Notice PDF Print E-mail

Pedestrian and Metrolink Station Improvements Project
Project No. T-0814B, Federal Project No. HPLUL-5118 (016) 

The City of Covina recently awarded the contract for the Metrolink Station Improvements Project to Hillcrest Contracting, Inc. The work will begin late February, 2015 and is expected to be completed by July 6, 2015. All work schedules are contingent upon weather conditions, and there could be delays as a result.

To minimize inconvenience and maximize your safety, parking will be prohibited in some areas during construction. Notices for parking restrictions will be posted 48 hours in advance. Expect some inconvenience during the times of construction in your area. Driveways and pedestrian paths of travel will be accessible or detour directions provided.
The contractor will do everything they can to control the job site during construction for the safety of pedestrians, drivers and Metrolink train commuters as this is a heavily trafficked area.

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