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A guide to Alhambra Community Transit

The Chinese-language World Journal profiled Alhambra's own bus system, the Alhambra Community Transit (ACT) as part of a larger story on city transit in Los Angeles.

The city supports eight ACT buses, which were established in 1995, according to the World Journal. A translation of a selection of the article follows:

The local transit services six days a week and runs two lines, the Red Line and the Blue Line, with four buses for each. The routes pass local schools, parks, shopping areas, and restaurants. Act is connected to the Central Station of the Metrolink and other Metro Bus Stations. Residents can get aboard on Valley Blvd., Fremont Ave., Commonwealth Ave., and Main St.. The cost is 25 cents per ride and the interval is 20 minutes. Operation time is 7 am to 6 pm on weekdays, and 10 am to 4 pm on Saturday. Residents older than 60 years old or disabled can benefit from the Senior Ride Service after providing their identification documents and finishing the application. Reservation number:626-289-RIDE

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