San Pedro via Gardena (also known as San Pedro via Torrance) was a line of the Pacific Electric Railway. This was the original route to San Pedro, built by the Los Angeles Interurban Railway in 1903 and Pacific Electric assumed control in 1911.
The line was essential in the establishment of light industry in Torrance. While freight on the line continued until 1965, passenger service ended as a result of San Pedro via Dominguez. Passenger service was cut back to Torrance in 1939 and discontinued in 1940. The route closely paralleled the present-day Harbor Transitway.