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Old 04-20-2015, 10:11 PM   #15
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You have a few options if you don't want to drive to USC from Golden Shore.

Metro Blue Line - You can walk to one of the downtown LB stations and pick it up from there. Or, alternatively, you can drive up to the Willow Station. There's a parking structure that's free and this is the first station where the Blue Line has right-of-way so it's probably faster to actually drive there and park than taking it for the few stops through Long Beach.

Metro Silver Line - This is an express bus line that goes up the center of the 110. You can pick it up at the Harbor Gateway Transit center that's at the 110/405/91 junction. Traffic to that part of the commute is usually pretty open. You can park and then take the bus the rest of the way.

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Old 04-25-2015, 09:56 AM   #16
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Forgot to mention. There is a nice RV park in Santa Clarita near the I 5 and Hwy 126 interchange.

From there you can drive down or take the Metrolink.

I'd rather be boon docking in the desert.

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Old 06-11-2015, 02:26 PM   #17
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Thanks to all of you for outpouring of help. I've got reservations at the East Shore RV park. They were super nice to deal with, and the place looks good. I tried and tried Golden Shores, and then had kind of a weird phone interaction with them. We'll see how the commute goes, getting to USC in the morning will be the trick, and then getting back to the campground in the afternoon/early evening won't matter. I'm hoping to figure out the public transit option, but I'll also need my car some days for field work. I have to admit too, I'm looking forward to spending 2 1/2 weeks in the trailer, even if most time spent in it will be buried in books. Thanks
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Old 06-11-2015, 04:06 PM   #18
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You're pretty close to where my office is located. You have a lot of public transportation options if you don't want to drive every day. Feel free to send me a PM and I'm happy to help.

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