December 6, 2012
Shopping center officials estimate that each week over 2,000 children will play in the newly renovated play area. The play area has nine main features for kids to jump, climb and slide on, including a miniature Montebello Bus Lines bus and bus stop, a hybrid car, a skateboard, a monarch butterfly and a six-foot Pine tree.
September 20, 2012
Implementation of the new system will begin this fall and will enable MBL riders to obtain real-time bus information via mobile phone applications and Web-based applications, as well as the ability to receive email rider alert notifications.
August 29, 2012
The Montebello/Commerce station is the 5th of six stops on Metrolink’s Riverside service, which originates in Downtown Riverside and terminates in Downtown Los Angeles’ Union Station.
April 4, 2012
Forty-eight contestants endured what was called Southern California’s worst winter rain storm to take on the challenge of maneuvering 40-foot buses through the Roadeo course set at Gardena Municipal Bus Line’s new state of the art transit facility.
March 21, 2012
Montebello Bus Lines' CNG fueling station was built by Clean Energy.
September 22, 2011
The 4,000 square foot CNG fueling facility will be fully functional in the first quarter of 2012.
February 7, 2011
Received a $2.1 million contract to build a new CNG fueling station at the Montebello Bus Lines facility. ARRA funds will cover the entire cost of the station’s construction, and the first year’s preventive maintenance costs and 24-hour emergency response services.
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