Looking for a ride in Granada Hills? Look no further: LA City Cab will hook you up with a courteous and professional driver at a moment’s notice.
Don’t mess around with ridesharing apps that change their pricing from moment to moment and barely screen their drivers for safety. At LA City Cab, we took rider feedback seriously and based our operations around what we heard. Our Granada Hills taxi cab drivers and cars are clean, safe, and reliable.
Getting LA City Cab taxi service in Granada Hills is as easy as using our app, hailing a cab you see on the street, or calling in advance. Whether you’re just headed down the street or all the way across greater Los Angeles, our Granada Hills taxi cabs are ready to pick you up right now!
Need to get out of town for a while? No problem. We’ll provide you with a smooth ride in a taxi from Granada Hills to LAX, or with a cab from LAX to Granada Hills. Our number one goal is to provide you with fast, safe, and affordable transportation in Granada Hills or anywhere else in this city!
|DESTINATION:||Granada Hills Taxi Rates:|
|Flag drop (first 1/9th mile)||2.85|
|Each additional 1/9th mile ($2.70 per mile)||$0.30|
|Each 37 sec. waiting time and/or traffic delay ($29.19/hr. wait)||$0.30|
|Min. fare for all taxi trips originating at LAX plus $4.00 airport-mandated surcharge||$15|
|Flat rate per trip (group) in either direction for trips between LAX and Downtown LA||$46.50|
|Flat rate from within the West Hollywood city limits directly to LAX||$40|
|HOURLY RATE / TOURS-LOCAL||$45/HOUR|
Once upon a time, the area we think of today as Granada Hills was known simply as the Sunshine Ranch, because the entire area was simply one sprawling farm property. In addition to the oranges that were so prevalent throughout southern California, Sunshine Ranch also specialized in apricots and legumes.
In 1926, after the area saw quick growth due (in part) to oil wells that sprung up nearby, the area was officially founded as “Granada”. It wouldn’t be until 1941 that the neighborhood came to bear its final name, “Granada Hills”.
One of the most notable things about Granada Hills is its bounty of deodar trees, a type of cedar that is native to the Himalayas. If you visit Granada Hills and find yourself feeling like you’ve seen the deodars on White Oak Avenue before, you’re not mistaken. The sleepy, deodar-lined street is not only a Los Angeles Historic and Cultural landmark, but was also the setting for the scene with the flying bicycles in “E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial!