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Municipal Area Express

Municipal Area Express
Founded 1990
Headquarters 20500 Madrona Avenue
Locale Torrance, California
Service area coastal Los Angeles County, California
Service type bus service
Routes 3
Website [1]

Municipal Area Express provided mass transportation in suburban Los Angeles. The purpose of the system was to provide peak hour commuter service between the city's southwestern suburbs and the major places of employment near Los Angeles International Airport. Three routes each provided service four times per weekday. Service was discontinued on June 28, 2013.[1]

Contents

  • Route 2: Palos Verdes Peninsula 1
  • Route 3: San Pedro/Torrance 2
  • Route 3X: Freeway Express/San Pedro 3
  • References 4

Route 2: Palos Verdes Peninsula

Traveled through Rancho Palos Verdes, Rolling Hills Estates, Torrance, and Lawndale.

Route 3: San Pedro/Torrance

Traveled through the Los Angeles district of San Pedro, Lomita, Torrance, and Lawndale.

Route 3X: Freeway Express/San Pedro

Traveled non-stop between San Pedro and El Segundo using freeways instead of suburban boulevards.

References

  1. ^ http://www.lawndalecity.org/ASSETS/PDF/Homepage/MAX%20Cancellation.pdf


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