Torrance Transit - Routes

Routes

Route Terminals via Notes
1 Del Amo Fashion Center
Carson Street and Hawthorne Boulevard
Harbor Freeway Station Figueroa Street, Vermont Avenue, Torrance Boulevard
  • Operates daily
  • Also serves the Harbor Gateway Transit Center
2 Del Amo Fashion Center
Madrona Avenue and Carson Street
Harbor Freeway Station El Segundo Boulevard, Crenshaw Boulevard, Artesia Boulevard, Inglewood Avenue, Anza Avenue
3 Redondo Beach Pier Long Beach Transit Mall Carson Street, Main Street, Pacific Coast Highway
  • Operates daily
  • Operates alongside Rapid 3
Rapid 3 South Bay Galleria
Artesia Boulevard and Kingsdale Avenue
Long Beach Transit Mall Hawthorne Boulevard, Carson Street, Avalon Boulevard, Pacific Coast Highway
  • Operates weekday rush hours only
  • See also: Metro Rapid
4 Downtown LA
Union Station
Torrance
Hawthorne Boulevard and Pacific Coast Highway
In Downtown LA: Grand Avenue and Olive Street
Express Portion: Harbor Transitway
In the South Bay: Vermont Avenue, Torrance Boulevard, Hawthorne Boulevard
  • Operates weekday rush hours in the peak direction (northbound in the AM, southbound in the PM)
5 Crenshaw Green Line Station Torrance Airport
Pacific Coast Highway and Crenshaw Boulevard
Van Ness Avenue, Arlington Avenue, Narbonne Avenue
  • Operates weekdays and Saturdays
6 Del Amo Fashion Center
Carson Street and Hawthorne Boulevard
Artesia Station 190th Street
  • Operates weekdays
  • Also serves the Artesia Transit Center
7 Redondo Beach Pier Carson
Sepulveda Boulevard and Avalon Boulevard
Sepulveda Boulevard
  • Operates weekdays and Saturdays
8 LAX
City Bus Center
Torrance
Pacific Coast Highway and Hawthorne Boulevard
Aviation Boulevard, Hawthorne Boulevard
  • Operates daily
  • Also serves the South Bay Galleria
  • Metro Local Line 344 provides limited stop service on Hawthorne Boulevard
9 Del Amo Fashion Center
Carson Street and Hawthorne Boulevard
Carson
Lomita Boulevard and Avalon Boulevard
Lomita Boulevard
  • Operates weekdays and Saturdays
10 Crenshaw Green Line Station Torrance
Pacific Coast Highway and Crenshaw Boulevard
Crenshaw Boulevard
  • Operates weekdays and Saturdays

Torrance Transit doesn't operate on Thanksgiving, Christmas or New Year's Day. Service on Memorial Day, Independence Day and Labor Day operates on Sunday schedule.

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