Sepulveda is a station on the Los Angeles Metro's Orange Line. It is named after nearby Sepulveda Boulevard, which travels north-south and crosses the east-west busway route. Unique among Orange Line stations, Sepulveda's platforms are not located at the cross street, but rather about a block west of it. The station is in the Van Nuys neighborhood of the City of Los Angeles, in the central San Fernando Valley.The platform features a painting that shows a pre-Columbian glyph and a map of the monarch butterfly's migratory path.ServiceMetro Liner Orange Line BRT (bus rapid transit) service hours are approximately from 4:00 AM until 1:00 AM daily.DevelopmentVarious development proposals have been considered for the excess station parking and adjacent commercial parcels between Sepulveda Boulevard on the east, the transit station on the south, Interstate 405 on the west, and the Victory Park neighborhood to the north. A comprehensive study, including conceptual land usage strategies, was prepared for LA Metro by students of the UCLA Department of Urban Planning in mid-2010. Subsequently, conceptual development guidelines for the site were prepared by Metro.