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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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  • May 15 2019

    Free Rides on Bike to Work Day

    This year, GTrans and other transportation agencies throughout the county will offer free rides on Thursday, May 16th in recognition of National Bike to Work Day. You don’t need to TAP to claim your free ride, just show the Operator your bike or helmet and come aboard. More information can be found on Metro’s Bike Read more…
  • Apr 8 2019

    GTrans is now on the Transit app!

    The City of Gardena’s GTrans has endorsed Transit as its official transit information and planning app. GTrans, believes the Transit app is the best smartphone application to look up schedules, and plan trips across the transit network. Transit, is the leading public transit app in North America and counts millions of active users in over Read more…
  • Apr 6 2019

    ‘Grandma’s Day Out’ Video

    Getting to your destination is now easier! Just click on the Transit app and connect to your GTrans bus. GTrans | Grandma’s Day Out | Commercial from JUNK FILMS on Vimeo. For more information on how to use the transit app, please download our Transit App Info Sheet. Descargar la Version en español.

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