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Public Transportation

Bus Lines

The RTD Bus Line #209, stops at Van Ness and 120th Street. The 209 bus line runs North/Southbound from Vermont and 120th Street, to Gardena (Normandie & 135th), Hawthorne (Van Ness & Imperial), Inglewood (Van Ness & Manchester), Hyde Park (Van Ness & Slauson), Jefferson Park (Arlington & Adams) to the Wilshire/Western Station.

Light Rail

The MTA Green Line station is conveniently located at Crenshaw and 120th Street. The Green Line begins its route at Marine Avenue in Redondo Beach, travels north on Aviation and east on the I-105 Freeway eventually terminating in Norwalk. The Green Line offers an LAX shuttle connection point and intersects with the Red Line which travels between Downtown Los Angels and Long Beach.

Airports

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is located only 6.4 miles to the west of the City.

The Hawthorne Municipal Airport, is located adjacent to Crenshaw and 120th St can accommodate a variety of corporate jets (fixed wing stage three or better) on its 4,900 foot runway. These include the Gulfstream V, Gulfstream IV, Twin Engine Beechcraft King Aire Turbo-Prop and Citation 10 Jets.
The Hawthorne Airport also regularly accommodates helicopters, including HStars, ND 500's, Bell 308 and Jet Rangers.
The City of Hawthorne also offers a shuttle service which can be made available to transport private aircraft users to destinations within the City.

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