Looking to get around the foothills of Sierra Madre quickly and safely? LA City Cab is your ride. Our drivers are intimately familiar with the layout of Sierra Madre, and can get you where you’re going in the most efficient and timely way possible.
Even more importantly, our Sierra Madre taxi drivers are courteous, professional, and always safe. Why take a chance riding with an unknown driver who has passed a minimal level of background checks, when you can ensure that you’re riding with a licensed cab driver who is thoroughly and rigorously vetted for safety.
Looking to get away for work or pleasure? We have you covered whether you need a taxi from LAX to Sierra Madre, or a taxi from Sierra Madre to LAX. Sit back, relax, and let the professional drivers at LA City Cab be the solution to your taxi needs in Sierra Madre!
Flag drop (first 1/9th mile)
Each additional 1/9th mile ($2.70 per mile)
Each 37 sec. waiting time and/or traffic delay ($29.19/hr. wait)
Min. fare for all taxi trips originating at LAX plus $4.00 airport-mandated surcharge
Estimated rate per trip (group) in either direction for trips between LAX and downtown
HOURLY RATE FOR LOCAL TOURS
Sierra Madre, the “village of the Foothills,” is a city of almost 11,000 people that is nestled on the Southern border of Angeles National Forest. It’s a beautiful place that brims with vibrant Wisteria plants and other wildlife, thanks to its close proximity to a National Forest.
Like much of the Los Angeles area, until the mid-18th century Sierra Madre was exclusively the home of the Tongva Indians. Spanish settlers and missionaries began arriving in 1769, and by 1771 the local San Gabriel Mission was already being constructed with wood from the nearby forests.
One of the most popular and enduring features of Sierra Madre is the Mt. Wilson trail, and in 1908 an annual event called the Mt. Wilson Trail Race was established. This event has taken place for over a century (albeit with a pause during and after World War II). However, due to erosion and other events, the trail course is always in flux. Therefore, official times and records for the race are not kept, as there is no way to measure the course to prior years.
The Pacific Electric Red Cars may have stopped shuttling people around Sierra Madre in 1950, but LA City Cab is alive and well, ready to get you anywhere you need to go in beautiful Sierra Madre!