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Getting Around Gardena & LA

GTrans may be the best way to get around town, but it’s not the only way. Check below for some links to helpful info about all your regional transportation options.

By Public Transportation

  • Metro provides regional bus and rail service in Los Angeles County, including easy connections to local GTrans lines:
  • Torrance Transit, Beach Cities Transit, Long Beach Transit and Culver City Bus provide local bus service in each of their home service areas, plus offer easy connections to local GTrans lines:
  • Metrolink provides regional commuter rail service connecting passengers throughout Southern California to Downtown LA’s Union Station:
  • Amtrak provides long-distance passenger rail service to destinations in California and across the country, with trips originating at Downtown LA’s Union Station:
    800 North Alameda Street
    Los Angeles, CA 90012
    amtrak.com
    (800) 371-5465

By Car

  • The South Bay Cities Traffic Alert System and 511 each provide up-to-date information on roadwork and construction throughout the South Bay area:

By Airplane

The South Bay’s nearest airport is:

  • Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)
    One World Way
    Los Angeles, CA 90045
    lawa.org
    (310) 646-5252

By Boat

The South Bay’s nearest seaport is:

    • The Port of Los Angeles
      425 South Palos Verdes Street
      San Pedro, CA 90731
      portoflosangeles.org
      (310) 732-7678

By Taxi

Our Promise to Our Customers

GTrans exists to move people by providing safe, reliable and outstanding public transportation to the communities we serve every day.

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