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COVID-19 UPDATES  (click here for details)

  • All passengers MUST have face covering when boarding the bus.
  • All passengers MUST board from the rear door only. Only passengers with wheelchairs and other medical equipment needs can board from the front door.
  • All buses are running Saturday schedule Monday thru Friday, with peak hours service on Lines 4X and Line 6. Please click here for more modified schedule.
  • For the safety of our passengers and the bus operators, we are providing FREE bus services to all passengers.
  • Transit's West Annex store is closed for public. For Senior / Dial-A-Ride program or to purchase rides, please call (310) 618 - 2536.
  • To recharge TAP card, go to www.TapToGo.net website.
  • For other city's COVID-19 updates visit TorranceCA.Gov/COVID19.

Post Pandemic Survey
Torrance Transit is in the process of seeking input from our passengers and the public regarding how the pandemic has disrupted your commute using transit and what you would like to see in order to return to taking our buses. Please take our brief survey and let us know. 

About Us

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Torrance Transit System (TTS) is a municipal transportation agency that serves the public in the South Bay region of Los Angeles county. Our network consists of eleven (11) fixed-routes that extends to many areas outside of the City of Torrance, including the neighboring cities of Redondo Beach, Carson, Gardena, Hawthorne, Inglewood, El Segundo, Lawndale, Lomita, Compton, Wilmington, Harbor City and the City of Los Angeles including all unincorporated areas under the jurisdiction of Los Angeles County.

Established in 1940, the Torrance Transit System began providing bus service between Torrance and downtown Los Angeles. At that time, Torrance Transit used three leased, 1931 Mack-33 buses to help connect our community. Today, Torrance has grown to a fleet of 63 alternative-fueled (CNG) buses with approximately 4 million riders annually. All of our buses are equipped with wheelchair ramps to accommodate persons with disabilities. 

 

Mission Statement:

"The Mission of Torrance Transit System is to provide safe, reliable, inexpensive and courteous transportation to our customers - the people who live, work and do business in the City of Torrance and the region."

 

Connections

Regional connection hubs and transit service generators served by Torrance Transit include

  • Del Amo Fashion Center
  • El Camino College
  • California State University - Dominguez Hills
  • South Bay Galleria
  • Artesia Transit Center
  • Harbor Freeway Station
  • Long Beach Transit Gallery
  • LAX Transit Center
  • Union Station

 

We connect to the following Metro rail stations:

  • Metro Blue Line
    • Artesia Station
    • Pacific Coast Highway Station
    • Anaheim Station
    • Pacific Station
    • 1st St Station
    • Transit Mall
    • Pico Station
    • 7th St/Metro Center
  • Metro Green Line
    • Harbor Freeway Station
    • Crenshaw Station
    • El Segundo Station
    • Mariposa Station
  • Metro Silver Line
    • Artesia Transit Center
    • Rosecrans Station
    • Harbor Freeway Station
    • Manchester Station
    • Slauson Station
    • 37th St/USC Station
    • 23rd St Station
    • 7th St/Metro Center
    • Pershing Square
    • Union Station
  • Metro Expo Line
    • 23rd St Station
    • 7th St/Metro Center
  • Metro Gold Line
    • Union Station
  • Metro Purple Line
    • 7th St/Metro Center
    • Pershing Square
    • Union Station
  • Metro Red Line
    • 7th St/Metro Center
    • Pershing Square
    • Union Station