ⓘ Torrance Transit

                                     

ⓘ Torrance Transit

Torrance Transit inaugurated service on January 15, 1940 using three leased 1931 Mack-33 buses. The new agency provided primarily municipal transit and maintained a bus terminal in downtown Los Angeles until 1959, when the City Council voted to discontinue bus service entirely. Mayor Albert Isen vetoed the councils action, arguing that "every first-class city has its own bus system."

                                     
  • 2012 Torrance Transit added a new bus route that operates between Downtown Los Angeles, Harbor Gateway Transit Center and Torrance Torrance transit line
  • began in 2005. Route 104 which it took over from Torrance Transit linking Redondo Beach and Torrance was cancelled in 2011 due to low ridership. Service
  • Torrance is a coastal U.S. city in the South Bay southwestern region of Los Angeles County, California, in the Los Angeles metropolitan area. Torrance
  • Torrance Transit Long Beach Transit and GTrans. There is also Shuttle Service that connects Carson s Western Area to the Harbor Gateway Transit Center
  • Transitway. They include Metro Express lines 442, 460 and 550, Torrance Transit line 4, Gardena Transit line 1X and Orange County Transportation Authority lines
  • USS Torrance AKA - 76 was a Tolland - class attack cargo ship of the United States Navy named after Torrance County, New Mexico. She was designed to carry
  • services bus stops are located near the Patsaouras Transit Plaza: Big Blue Bus Torrance Transit Silver Line Silver Streak LAX FlyAway service is offered
  • 173, 174, 181, 182, 191, 192, Passport LADOT Commuter Express: 142 Torrance Transit 3, Rapid 3 Amtrak Thruway Motorcoach: 1b FlyAway to LAX Flixbus Aquarium
  • Santa Monica Transit lines 3 and Rapid 3, Culver City Transit lines 6 and Rapid 6, Beach Cities Transit line 109, and Torrance Transit line 8. The Metro