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Mar 1 2015

Increased safety on GTrans

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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.

With the installation of this video surveillance system, GTrans reinforces the City of Gardena’s commitment to safety in our community. This system is a complement to the Citywide Public Safety Initiative Video Camera Project, which works to increase the safety of the entire community — not just the bus-riding public.


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