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July 30, 2013

BusCon debuts 'Ralph Kramden' video series

Registration for the 18th Annual BusCon Expo, taking place Sept. 9 to 11, 2013 at Chicago’s Navy Pier, is now open.


October 29, 2012

Torrance Transit launches express service

Line 4 will provide express service between the South Bay and downtown Los Angeles, as part of the 11 miles of Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority ExpressLanes on the Harbor (110) Freeway, which are set to open in November.


April 4, 2012

L.A. County agencies hold joint roadeo

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 29, 2011

Calif.-based Torrance Transit now on Google

As part of joining the program, its website now has the Google Transit Trip Planner widget. This widget makes it possible to input the departing and destination information and it will link over to the Google Maps page with the entire list of detailed trip planning information.


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