Duarte Transit is the transit system serving the City of Duarte, California.
Duarte Transit was formed in 1984. Service was formerly free to ride, funded by a sales tax surcharge, up until April 1, 2019 when regular Foothill Transit bus fares started being imposed on existing routes with new 35-foot battery-electric buses. Connections are available to the Metro Rail Gold Line and Foothill Transit.
In Fall 2017, Duarte City Council entered into an agreement with Foothill Transit to operate fixed-route local service within the City of Duarte with new 35 foot battery-electric buses. The changeover was supposed to be scheduled to begin on January 1, 2019, but it was delayed by three months to April 1, 2019.
- Blue Route
- Green Route
|2800-2802||2018||Proterra||Catalyst BE35||UQM HD220||Eaton EEV-7202||
|2803-2804||2021||ElDorado National||Axess BRT CNG 35’||Cummins Westport L9N||Allison B3400 xFE|
|(2 unnumbered units)||1993||ElDorado National||Escort RE-A||Retired in 2012.|
|101-102||2002||ElDorado National||E-Z Rider||Cummins ISB||Allison B300R 5 speed||Replaced by Proterra battery-electric buses in April 2019.|
|103-104||2006||ElDorado National||E-Z Rider II MAX||Cummins ISB||Allison B300R 5 speed||