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Torrance Transit Opens New Bus Depots At Del Amo Fashion Center

Post Date:02/10/2020 6:47 PM

TORRANCE, Calif., February 10, 2020 – Today, the Torrance Transit System opened two new bus depots at the Del Amo Fashion Center. The depots are part of a multi-phase project to install a series of new bus shelters along Torrance Transit’s Line 3 Rapid Bus Route that operates from the South Bay Galleria in Redondo Beach to the Downtown Long Beach Transit Station. The goal is to enhance regional connectivity in the South Bay and expedite City-to-City travel for South Bay residents.

“I believe this project shows how well public and private partnerships can work when we combine our talents to serve the people,” stated Kim Turner, Director of Torrance Transit.  “We thank the Del Amo Fashion Center, our project partners and our patrons for their patience during the construction of this depot.”

Funding for this project came from a grant award by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority. The depots are equipped with patron amenities such as new benches, trash receptacles, lighting and real-time bus information. The depots are located on the north and south side of Carson Street near Del Amo Circle East.  The south side depot also has a Ticket Vending Machine (TVM) for the sale of regional Transit Access Pass (TAP) fare media.

For more information, visit www.Transit.TorranceCA.Gov 

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