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Dec 5 2016

California Energy Commision Blog

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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. A few months later and almost like magic, the first of the buses rolled back into town looking brand new and quietly gliding along on a clean energy all-electric power train. For the full story, click here.

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  • Mar 14 2022

    Notice of Public Hearing – Line 7X and Child Fare Policy Change

    Public comments will be accepted until April 7, 2022. GTrans held a Public Hearing to request public comment on the follow: The Line 7X schedule will change to 8:30 AM – 8:30 PM with 30 min frequency. Additional buses will be added for times when we have overcrowding. Proposed Fare for Line 7X is $4 Roundtrip. Corresponding Read more…
  • Nov 2 2021

    GoPass Free Fare Program

    Did you know that GTrans now participates in the GoPass Program? Using a registered TAP card, students from participating school districts can ride for free to and from school and on trips after school and on weekends, now through June 30, 2022. If a student is already part of the TAP K-12 Reduced Fare program, Read more…
  • Oct 21 2021

    GTrans Service Restoration Plan (3/22)

    GTrans Restoration Plan Summary: (Updated March 2022) Over the last few years, GTrans had to quickly adapt to the impacts of COVID-19 and the federal, state and local mandates that were implemented to stop the spread of the virus. Working through the restrictions, GTrans’ service remained a lifeline for many who needed to take essential Read more…

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