|Parent||City of Norwalk|
|Headquarters||12650 East Imperial Highway|
|Service type||bus service, paratransit|
|Daily ridership||3,200 (weekdays, Q2 2023)|
|Annual ridership||851,800 (2022)|
Norwalk Transit is a municipal transit company providing fixed-route and paratransit bus transit services in Norwalk, California, United States, and also operates in portions of Artesia, Bellflower, Cerritos, La Habra, La Mirada, Santa Fe Springs and Whittier in southeast Los Angeles County and northwestern Orange County. In 2022, the system had a ridership of 851,800, or about 3,200 per weekday as of the second quarter of 2023.
Norwalk Transit receives its operating revenue from farebox receipts and state tax revenue distributed by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
Presently, Metrolink (commuter rail service between Orange County and Los Angeles) provides weekday train service to the Norwalk/Santa Fe Springs Transportation Center. The rail feeder service implemented by Norwalk Transit provides direct interconnectivity between rail stations (Metrolink – commuter rail and Metro C Line light rail).
Norwalk Transit's paratransit dial-a-ride service operates within the jurisdictional boundary of the City of Norwalk.
Routes 1, 2, 3, & 4 operates Daily. Route 5 operates weekday only. Routes 7 operates weekday & Saturday only.
Woodruff Av & Rosecrans Av
|Norwalk Bl, Orr & Day Rd, Clark Av, Woodruff Av||In Bellflower, Southbound provides a long turnaround loop via Woodruff, Flower, Clark, & Rosecrans to Woodruff Av & Rosecrans Av. Northbound only run via Woodruff Av to Alondra Bl.|
Norwalk Town Square
|Studebaker Rd, 183rd St, Pioneer Bl, Imperial Hwy||Loop route. Serves Norwalk Civc Center, Cerritos College, and Downtown Artesia.|
|3||Santa Fe Springs Gateway Plaza||Norwalk
Norwalk Bl & 166th St
|Bloomfield Av, Norwalk Bl, Telegraph Rd|
Imperial Hwy & Idaho St
|Imperial Hwy||Some short line trips run between Norwalk C Line Station and Norwalk/Santa Fe Springs Metrolink Station. Formerly the eastern portion of LA Metro Line 120.|
Norwalk C Line Station
Adelfa Dr & Santa Gertrudes Av
|Rosecrans Av||Formerly the eastern portion of LA Metro Line 125 until June 2003.|
Norwalk C Line Station
|El Monte||Firestone Bl, Santa Fe Springs Rd, Workman Mill Rd, Peck Rd||Serves Norwalk/Santa Fe Springs Metrolink Station, Uptown Whittier, and Rio Hondo College. Formerly the southern portion of LA Metro Line 270 until June 2016.|
In 2005, Norwalk Transit began operating Whittier Transit service under contract. The two routes were combined into Norwalk Transit route 7 in 2007, which was discontinued on 19 September 2011 during a series of cuts to Norwalk Transit. As of 27 June 2016 Route 7 returned in operation.
Norwalk Transit uses 35/40-foot long buses for its scheduled routes, and 20 foot paratransit vehicles for its dial-a-ride service. The standard fleet is composed mainly of Gillig and New Flyer vehicles.
|New Flyer GE40LFR||17086-17091||2009||Ford Triton V10 6.8L||ISE ThunderVolt TB40-HG|
|New Flyer GE35LFR||17092-17094||2010||Ford Triton V10 6.8L||ISE ThunderVolt TB40-HG|
|Gillig BRT CNG 40||7120-7122||2012-2013||Cummins Westport ISL G||Allison B400R|
|Gillig BRT CNG 40||7123-7133||2013||Cummins Westport ISL G||Allison B400R|
|Gillig BRT CNG 40||7134-7137||2016||Cummins Westport ISL G||Allison B400R|
|Gillig BRT CNG 40||7138-7139||2018||Cummins Westport L9N||Allison B400R|
|Gillig BRT CNG 40||7140||2019||Cummins Westport L9N||Allison B400R|
|Gillig Low Floor EV 40||7141-7144||2021|
|Gillig BRT CNG 40||7145-7148||2021||Cummins Westport L9N||Allison B400R|
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