As of today, TAP is now available across the entire Torrance Transit system, which happens to 75 years young this year. Riders can enjoy this convenient option to pay their fare as well as other TAP benefits.
Instead of handling cash and tokens, riders can simply tap their valid TAP card on the bus farebox when boarding, and enjoy their ride.
Riders can purchase TAP cards with EZ transit passes and Stored Value at the Torrance Transit System located at 3031 Torrance Blvd., Torrance, CA 90503, online at taptogo.net, by phone at 866.TAPTOGO (866.827.8646), at one of nearly 400 TAP vendor locations or from TAP vending machines at Metro Rail and Metro Orange Line Stations.
Metro is working toward a regional and seamless system of paying fares — and that means getting all the local bus agencies in Los Angeles County to use TAP.
Current TAP partners include: Antelope Valley Transit Authority, Culver City, Foothill, Gardena, Long Beach Transit, Los Angeles Department of Transportation (which runs DASH buses), Montebello, Monterey Park, Norwalk Transit, Palos Verdes Transit, Pasadena ARTS, Santa Clarita and Torrance Transit. Metrolink has its own TAP enabled tickets and the Big Blue Bus will begin accepting TAP cards later this year.