Bob Hope Airport Transportation

Conveniently located in Burbank, Bob Hope Airport is easily accessible by car, Metrolink, Metro Bus and Amtrak. Passengers traveling by car can reach the airport by taking Interstate 5 and then taking Exit 149, which is Hollywood Way. An alternate route is to follow State Road 134 and then take Exit 2. You can drive eastbound on Pass Avenue or westbound on Hollywood Way. Drivers can also take State Route 170 and exit onto Victory Boulevard, which is Exit 8B. After you reach the airport, you can follow the signs to valet parking, the short-term parking garage or the long-term economy lots. Passengers can also use taxicabs, airport shuttle vans and limousine services to reach the airport.

In addition to freeway access, Bob Hope Airport is close to a stop on the Metro Bus and the City of Burbank bus lines. The bus service connects passengers to downtown Burbank and the Metro Red Line in North Hollywood. The bus stop is located at the corner of Thornton Avenue and Hollywood Way. Airport shuttle buses transport passengers from the bus stop to the terminal building. Bus routes that pass the airport include 94, 222 and 794. During weekends and holidays, Bus Route 169 also stops at the airfield.

Bob Hope Airport is the only commercial airfield in the Los Angeles area served by a train station. Passengers can take Amtrak’s Pacific Surfliner or the Metrolink Ventura County Line to reach the Bob Hope Airport Train Station. Amtrak service connects the airport to Santa Barbara, Anaheim, San Luis Obispo, downtown Los Angeles and San Diego. The train platform is a brief walk to the terminal. The final stop on the Metrolink Red Line to and from downtown Los Angeles is approximately 2 miles from the airport. There is a complimentary shuttle service connecting the airport to the Amtrak depot as well as the Metrolink Red Line, Downtown Burbank and North Hollywood stations.