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ParentCity of Gardena
FoundedJanuary 1940 (1940-01) as Gardena Municipal Bus Lines [1]
Headquarters1700 West 162nd Street, Gardena, California
LocaleGardena, California
Service typebus service, paratransit

GTrans (formerly Gardena Municipal Bus Lines) are Gardena, California's transportation service, providing local routes that serve the needs of those commuting within the city itself or who plan on using the bus to connect with rail service to Los Angeles or surrounding suburbs since January 1940. The bus lines complements the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority's crosstown routes through the city.[1]

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Fixed-route service

As of July 2016, GTrans operates 3 daily routes and 2 weekday routes. [2]

Line Direction Terminals via Days of Operation [a]
Westbound / Northbound Eastbound / Southbound
North-South Downtown LA
1st Street and Main Street
Redondo Beach Station Metro Green Station In Downtown LA: Main Street
Express Portion: Harbor Freeway [b]
In Gardena: Vermont Avenue, Gardena Boulevard, Marine Avenue
Harbor Freeway Station Weekends
Clockwise / Counterclockwise Harbor City
Normandie Avenue and Pacific Coast Highway
Western Avenue, Normandie Avenue, Vermont Avenue [c] Daily
West-East South Bay Galleria
Kingsdale Avenue and Artesia Boulevard
Compton Station / Martin Luther King Jr. Transit Center Alondra Boulevard, Gardena Boulevard, RedondoBeachi Boulevard Daily
Bishop Montgomery High School Gardena
163rd Street and Vermont Avenue
School days [d]
West-East Lawndale
147th Street and Hawthorne Boulevard
Harbor Gateway Transit Center Marine Avenue, Van Ness Avenue, 135th Street, Normandie Avenue Weekdays
West-East Aviation Station Willowbrook Station El Segundo Boulevard Weekdays


  1. ^ Weekend service is provided on New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.
  2. ^ Line 1x also serves the Harbor Freeway Station on the freeway level.
  3. ^ Line 2 also serves the Harbor Gateway Transit Center.
  4. ^ Line 3 Weekday Trippers operates two westbound morning peak and two eastbound afternoon peak routes on school days only.


  1. ^ a b About Us, GTrans, retrieved July 22, 2015
  2. ^ Routes & Schedules, GTrans, retrieved July 22, 2015

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This page was last edited on 28 January 2018, at 07:38
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