Ready to catch a ride in friendly Woodland Hills? LA City Cab will hook you up with a clean, stylish ride, and send a taxi cab right to your current location. Taxi service in Woodland Hills is better than ever now that LA City Cab has embraced the smartphone revolution. It’s as easy to grab a taxi cab in Woodland Hills as it is to hail a rideshare driver from another app — who possibly hasn’t even had a thorough LiveScan background check (unlike LA City Cab!).
Our Woodland Hills taxi cabs are available at the tap of a finger in our iPhone and Android app, but if you prefer to call in advance or simply hail a cab off of the street, you can do that too! Plus, unlike other ridesharing options, LA City Cab will never “surge” prices to try and make more money from you when you need a ride the most. Our pricing is stable and consistent, no matter what.
Are you heading out of town for work or pleasure? Take a taxi from Woodland Hills to LAX and ride peacefully knowing that you’re in good hands with our experienced, vetted drivers. Or, if you need a cab from LAX to Woodland Hills on your way back from a long journey, we’ve got you covered. If you haven’t taken an LA City Cab in a while, hail a taxi and see what you’ve been missing!
|DESTINATION:||Woodland 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|
Woodland Hills is considered one of Los Angeles’ most affluent areas, and is one of the least densely populated neighborhoods in the San Fernando Valley. Like much of the rest of the SFV, Woodland Hills was inhabited by Native Americans for the first 8,000 years of its settlement.
Woodland Hills saw missions beginning to pop up as early as the 1700s, and settlers were pleased by the quality of the land as they explored through Alta California while scouting for potential future settlements. In particular, residents were quite fond of the dense swaths of oak trees that blanket the area.
Woodland Hills, true to its name, is also home to a special collection of over 300 pepper trees that can be seen from either Ventura Boulevard or the 101 freeway as you drive past. The pepper trees were a gift to the city from Victor Girard Kleinberger, who became one of the area’s wealthiest landowners in 1922.