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  • Sep 30 2022

    Sunday $3 Parking Fee at Harbor Gateway

    To all our customers, please be aware that Metro will begin to charge $3 for parking at Harbor Gateway on Gameday Sundays starting October 9, 2022. The parking will be free on other days of the week. Metro has begun to post signs throughout Harbor Gateway with instructions on how to pay. If you have Read more…
  • Sep 28 2022

    Masks are Recommended on GTrans

    As of September 23, 2022, the use of face coverings is recommended on all GTrans buses and Special Transit. If you have any questions, please contact us.
  • Aug 31 2022

    Congresswoman Maxine Waters Visits GTrans

    Congresswoman Maxine Waters Award Presentation
    Congresswoman Maxine Waters presented GTrans with the $2.21 million award granted to GTrans under the President’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law for its Zero-Emission Bus Replacement Project, which helps fund a portion of the purchase of five, new 40-foot, zero-emission replacement buses for its fleet. GTrans is grateful for Congresswoman Maxine Waters and her support towards the Read more…
  • Aug 22 2022

    Service Alert: Labor Day (9/5)

    Service Alert Labor Day 2022 (600x600px)
    GTrans buses will run on the modified weekend schedule on Labor Day (September 5, 2022). If you have questions, please contact GTrans at (310) 965-8888 (Mon-Fri 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.). Please plan your trip accordingly. Los autobuses de GTrans operarán el horario de fin de semana modificado el Día del Trabajo (5 de septiembre Read more…

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