North Hollywood is the northern terminus of the Red Line Subway and opened on June 24, 2000 and is a major transfer point to the Orange Line Busway and other bus connections throughout the San Fernando Valley and beyond. The station consists of the standard single island platform with a double height ceiling held up by large orange columns. Artwork is in little circles or simi-circles along the concrete walls of the station, inside them are murals part of Kaleidoscope Dreams by Anne Marie Karlsen. There is one exit (plus another mezzanine at the southern end of the platform within the double height area non-public and disconnected from everything) at the northern end of the platform here two staircases/single escalator lead up to a mezzanine area and turnstiles immediately, there is the elevator at the extreme northern end of the platform that leads up its own set of turnstiles. To reach the street passengers turn left where there is the elevator up to the plaza above the station plus a wide staircase with an escalator on eitherside. This entrance has three large pastel colored circles to mark the entrance into the station. It is along the west side of Lankershim Blvd in a large plaza. Just east is the station's huge bus loop. The Orange Lines separate bus stop is across the street ('boarding platforms are upstairs and across the street' as the automated announcements say)which leads to large amounts of jaywalking across the busy street. North and South of the entrance are a total of 1904 parking spaces.
Photos 1-12 taken on 13 April, 2006, 13-15 on 25 March, 2011, 16-33 on 24 February, 2012, 34-37 on 20 June, 2013