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Feb 13 2015

Torrance Transit TAP cards are totally good here!

New tap cardsPhoto by GTrans

If you have one of Torrance Transit’s new 75th Anniversary TAP cards, you probably noticed that it doesn’t look like a typical TAP card.

Not to worry! Even though it has a different design on the outside, it works just like a regular TAP card on the inside. So feel free to use your new card on GTrans, Torrance Transit and any other provider that accepts TAP!


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