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Line 3

Line 3

The heart of it all

GTrans Line 3 connects riders to shopping in Redondo Beach and Compton, while traveling right through the center of Gardena. Popular destinations on this bus route include Alondra Park, El Camino College, Compton High School, Bishop Montgomery High School, Hustler Casino, South Bay Galleria, Gardena Memorial Hospital, Compton Towne Center and Compton MLK Transit Center.

Line Schedule

  • Weekday Eastbound
  • Weekday Westbound
  • Weekend Eastbound
  • Weekend Westbound
BMHS South Bay Galleria Redondo Beach Blvd & Crenshaw Blvd Redondo Beach Blvd & Western Ave Vermont Ave & 163rd St (St. Anthony’s) Vermont Ave & Gardena Blvd Alondra Blvd & Avalon Blvd Compton Blue Line TC-MLK Transit Center

*Friday only (early dismissal)

School Trippers operate only when school is in session

Trippers operan sólo cuando hay clases

Compton Blue Line TC-MLK Trancit Center Alondra Blvd & Avalon Blvd Vermont Ave & Gardena Blvd Vermont Ave & 163rd St (St. Anthony’s) Redondo Beach Blvd & Western Ave Redondo Beach Blvd & Crenshaw Blvd South Bay Galleria BMHS

School Trippers operate only when school is in session

Trippers operan sólo cuando hay clases

South Bay Galleria Redondo Beaach Blvd & Crenshaw Blvd Redondo Beach Blvd & Western Ave Gardena Blvd & Vermont Ave Alondra Blvd & Avalon Blvd Compton Blue Line TC-MLK Transit Center
Compton Blue Line TC-MLK Trancit Center Alondra Blvd & Avalon Blvd Gardena Blvd & Vermont Ave Redondo Beach Blvd & Western Ave Redondo Beach Blvd & Crenshaw Blvd South Bay Galleria

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