If you’ve got some place to be in the Hancock Park area, LA City Cab will gladly pick you up! Our Hancock Park taxi cab drivers come from the community and are extremely well-versed in getting around the area quickly and safely.
Instead of being driven by someone who has been through an absolute minimum of background checks, you can ride with peace of mind by using a taxi service in Hancock Park through LA City Cab. Our drivers are thoroughly vetted before they even come close to driving a cab for us. Passenger safety is LA City Cab’s #1 priority, and you will see that reflected in your driver’s patience and professionalism.
With so much to do in Hancock Park for both work and play, the last thing you should worry about is having to drive yourself around. If you need a taxi in Hancock Park, let LA City Cab be your personal chauffeur!
Ready to get out of town? No problem. Whether you need to get a taxi from Hancock Park to LAX, or if you need a cab from LAX back to Hancock Park, LA City Cab is there. We have full authorization and access to pick up and drop off at the airport, so you can sit back, relax, and make travel easy!
|DESTINATION:||Hancock Park 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||$19|
|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|
Hancock Park is easily one of the most distinctively unique neighborhoods in all of Los Angeles. When you think of the Hancock Park area, you probably immediately picture the rows of stunning circa-1920s homes, as well as wide shady streets lined by tall trees.
Many people are unaware that Hancock Park essentially encircles the area around an exclusive private golf course known as the Wilshire Country Club. The course was established in 1919 on land owned by none other than G. Allan Hancock.
Hancock Park was almost a prominent stop along LA’s Red Line subway route, but the community rose up in 1986 to soundly defeat that idea. It’s a result that is consistent with the solidarity found between residents of Hancock Park, who typically want the neighborhood to continue operating as it has since its inception.