a FASTLinkDTLA service

powered by moovel
In our eight months of pilot operation, we were pleased to serve over 3,000 rides in DTLA and nearly 14,000 app downloads!  Our pilot period ended on August 31, 2020.  Using our experience from the pilot, we are now working on a new FlexLA service. We would love to hear from you about FlexLA and how it helped you work, dine, explore and play in DTLA!
Please contact Reed@fastlinkdtla.org for an interview about our service and receive a collector FASTLinkDTLA TAP card as a thank you gift from us!

About the app

moovel has partnered with FASTLinkDTLA to bring Angelenos a new way to navigate Downtown Los Angeles – flexLA.


FlexLA started as a community beta on October 2nd 2018. Now, Angelenos and visitors can get around anywhere in Downtown LA for an affordable flat-rate fare – $2/person per ride – point-to-point and on-demand, in one of our energy-efficient shared-ride vans, many of which are driven by United States military veterans.

Just open the app and hail a ride wherever you are in DTLA, anytime between 4 p.m. and 2 a.m. Within minutes you’ll be onboard and driven to your drop-off location in the company of friends and other passengers headed the same way. Low income users can register to ride for free, and those requiring wheelchair accessible rides can book them with our partner, Butterfli.

Are you in LA?
Get the App

  • Visit the App Store or Google Play
  • Search for ‘FlexLA’
  • Download app and create your account
  • Ride!

A New Way to Get Around DTLA

Look, book and pay for FlexLA’s on-demand ridesharing service.

Have peace of mind with FlexLA’s predictable, flat-rate fare guarantee: $2/person per ride.  Low income riders can register to ride for free. Users can request a wheelchair-accessible vehicle through our partner, Butterfli.

Count on safe, comfortable rides with friendly, experienced drivers, many of whom are U.S. military veterans. 

App is available in English and Spanish.

View the app in English or Spanish

Operation area

FlexLA operates 12 vehicles seven days a week throughout Downtown Los Angeles, from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m.  

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