Canoga (Los Angeles Metro Station)
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Canoga Los Angeles Metro Station
Orange Line 
HSY- Los Angeles Metro, Canoga, Platform 1.jpg
Platform View with floor mural and wallpaper for 1st and 2nd platforms
Location6610 Canoga Ave, Canoga Park, Los Angeles
Coordinates34°11?26?N 118°35?49?W / 34.19056°N 118.59694°W / 34.19056; -118.59694Coordinates: 34°11?26?N 118°35?49?W / 34.19056°N 118.59694°W / 34.19056; -118.59694
Owned byMetro
Line(s)Orange Line Orange Line 
Platforms4 side platforms
Parking258 spaces
Bicycle facilities24 bike rack spaces
32 bike lockers
Disabled accessYes
Other information
Statusin service
OpenedDecember 27, 2006; 12 years ago (December 27, 2006)
Preceding station LAMetroLogo.svg Metro Busway Following station
Sherman Way
toward Chatsworth
Orange Line De Soto
Former services
Preceding station LAMetroLogo.svg Metro Busway Following station
Sherman Way
toward Chatsworth
Orange Line De Soto
Warner Center

Canoga is a station on the Los Angeles Metro Orange Line located on Canoga Avenue in Canoga Park, in the western San Fernando Valley.[1] It is part of the Los Angeles Metro Busway system.


Floor mural public art at 3rd and 4th platforms.

Canoga was built as an infill station and was opened on December 27, 2006, about 14 months after the other stations eastward on the line opened. [2] Canoga was built to alleviate the lack of parking available at other Orange Line stations in the West Valley, providing a total of 612 new parking spaces at opening, and was also built to be the starting point for the extension northward to Chatsworth.[3]

The 4 miles (6.4 km) Metro Orange Line Chatsworth Extension was completed on June 30, 2012 from Canoga Station north through downtown Canoga Park to the Chatsworth Amtrak/Metrolink Station in Chatsworth. The extension travels north-south along Canoga Avenue.[4][5] The Canoga station parking lot capacity was reduced to 258 spaces for the Metro Orange Line route's extension north, but a 207 space parking lot was included at the next new stop, the Sherman Way station.

The Chatsworth Extension project added two new platforms to the station, for a total of four platforms. The newer platforms serving the Chatsworth extension were northbound platform #1 and eastbound platform #2. The original platforms used by buses serving Warner Center were renumbered as westbound platform #3 and eastbound platform #4. A digital message sign was installed at the entrance to the station which indicated at what time the next Orange Line bus will arrive, its destination, and the platform it will stop at.

With the elimination of the Warner Center station in June 2018, the original platforms are now used by local buses to provide connections to Orange Line passengers.


Station Layout

Metro Busway service

Orange Line service operates 24 hours a day.[6]

Bus connections

Nearby destinations



  • Bed, Bath & Beyond
  • Best Buy
  • Beverages & More!
  • Carter's Children Wear
  • Costco
  • HigherGround Inc.
  • Nordstroms Rack
  • Pier 1 Imports
  • Sports Authority (store)
  • Westfield Topanga Plaza & Village -- 1 block walk west from station, Victory & Owensmouth.
    • Nieman Marcus
    • Nordstroms
    • Macys


  • Chipotle (Victory & Canoga)
  • Dragon King (Vanowen & Canoga)
  • Westfield Topanga Plaza & Village - numerous options


  1. ^ "Orange Line station information". Retrieved .
  2. ^ New Canoga Station, Park & Ride Lot Opens on Western Terminus of Metro Orange Line
  3. ^ "New Canoga Station, Park & Ride Lot Opens on Western Terminus of Metro Orange Line". December 27, 2006. Archived from the original on January 2, 2007. Retrieved 2018.
  4. ^ L.A.Metro: Chatsworth extension . accessed 1.2.2012
  5. ^ Metro Orange Line Extension - from Canoga Station to Chatsworth Metrolink Station (opened 2012).
  6. ^ "Metro Orange Line Timetable" (PDF). Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority. June 24, 2018. Retrieved 2018.

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