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Welcome to ridegtrans.com, the website for GTrans, formerly known as Gardena Municipal Bus Lines or GMBL. GTrans provides bus service for the City of Gardena and connects to neighboring cities and the County of Los Angeles.

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GTrans Line 1X

Downtown LA is closer than you think. With several roundtrips to catch each day on Line 1X, you’re never far from the action. For more info, visit the Line 1X Page.

GTrans Line 2

There’s a lot to see on this loop. Line 2 travels around Western, Imperial Highway, Vermont, Normandie and the PCH every day. For more info, visit the Line 2 Page.

Photo Credit to jim61773

GTrans Line 3

Experience the heart of Gardena. Line 3 hits shopping hot spots like the South Bay Galleria, Compton Towne Center and more. For more info, visit the Line 3 Page.

Photo credit to Zedrix Santos

GTrans Line 4

Time for a quick trip. A short ride on Line 4 can take you directly to the Harbor Gateway Transit Center. For more info, visit the Line 4 Page.

Photo credit to El Camino College

GTrans Line 5

Forget about fighting traffic on the freeway. Line 5 runs parallel to the 105 Freeway, from the Metro Green Line Aviation Station to Imperial Station. For more info, visit the Line 5 Page.



  • Dec 5 2016

    California Energy Commision Blog

    Earlier this year, the City of Gardena took five of its old, fossil fuel-driven buses off the street, sent them 60 miles away and waited.
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  • Dec 1 2016

    CCW Wins Contract to convert 4 GTrans Buses

    Complete Coach Works (CCW) announced it is starting another project with Calif.’s Gardena Municipal Bus Lines (GTrans). The project consists of the electrification of four buses of GTrans’ fleet.
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  • Mar 1 2015

    Increased safety on GTrans

    GTrans has recently installed a safety video surveillance system on our entire fleet of buses! These interior and exterior cameras are designed to increase the safety of our passengers and operators, while also allowing GTrans to be better equipped to investigate accidents and incidents that happen in and around our vehicles.
    Read more…
  • Feb 13 2015

    Torrance Transit TAP cards are totally good here!

    If you have one of Torrance Transit’s new 75th Anniversary TAP cards, you probably noticed that it doesn’t look like a typical TAP card.
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Our Promise to Our Customers

GTrans exists to move people by providing safe, reliable and outstanding public transportation to the communities we serve every day.

GTrans is committed to making its electronic and information technologies accessible to individuals with disabilities in accordance with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act (29 U.S.C. § 794d), as amended in 1999. Send feedback or concerns related to the accessibility of this website by using our Contact Us Form. For more information about Section 508, please visit the website for the State of California’s Department of Rehabilitation.