North Hollywood is a neighborhood that is located in southern California, near the major city of Los Angeles. North Hollywood has a population of almost 90,000 people, and the average age is relatively young, at 30. North Hollywood has numerous local amenities and attractions, which makes it a popular place for both locals and tourists. There are various parks, schools, and other government amenities also available. The city itself was established nearly 150 years ago, and was actually renamed twice before North Hollywood officially became it’s moniker.
Transportation in the city of North Hollywood is constantly evolving. In 2000, the city council created the North Hollywood Metro Subway station, and over half a million people used the subway during its first weekend of existence. The Subway station connects to other local cities in the area, and has increased commerce and helped to improve the economy in the past ten years. The Metro Orange Line is the city’s bus option for transportation, and it serves the entire city of North Hollywood.