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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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  • Aug 12 2021

    Back to School

    GTrans is pleased to welcome our students back on board the bus. As noted in the GTrans Service Restoration Plan, GTrans will be offering additional morning and afternoon service on school days. Please see below for details. Line 3 – Effective August 17, 2021 Line 3 service to Bishop Montgomery High School will resume on Read more…
  • Jul 14 2021

    GTrans Launches Line 7X Stadium Express

    GTrans to Launch Line 7X Stadium Express – New Transit Service to Inglewood Sports and Entertainment District On Tuesday, July 13, 2021, the Gardena City Council approved the new Line 7X Stadium Express, transit service to the City of Inglewood Sports and Entertainment District. The District is home to SoFi Stadium, home field of the Read more…
  • Jul 8 2021

    GTrans Service Restoration Plan

    GTrans Restoration Plan Summary: Over the last year 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 trips to medical appointments, Read more…

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