About VCTC

The Ventura County Transportation Commission (VCTC), is a regional transportation planning agency committed to keeping Ventura County moving! If you drive, take transit, bike or walk in Ventura County, chances are, the VCTC has helped you do it. By working in close partnership with each of the cities and the County, the VCTC is ever mindful of maintaining the character of Ventura County while prioritizing transportation investments.

Find Your Bus

Find out where your bus is right now by using our Nextbus service.

You can help shape transportation policy throughout Ventura County by joining VCTC’s citizen’s advisory committee.

The Citizen’s Transportation Advisory Committee/Social Services Transportation Advisory Council CTAC/SSTAC provides input on a variety of transportation issues, including the review of findings developed from an annual public hearing on possible “unmet transit needs” and the allocation of discretionary State of California funding for bicycle and pedestrian projects.

Help Improve Bicycling in Ventura County

Cyclists of all ages and ability levels are invited to take part in VCTC’s Regional Bicycle Wayfinding Program. Whether you bike to work, to school, to stay in shape or simply for fun, we want to hear from you!

The goal of the Wayfinding Program is to make it easier to navigate Ventura County by bicycle. The first step is identifying intercity and cross-county routes, and we need your input.

Between Dec. 9, 2015 and Jan. 29, 2016, we invite you to share your thoughts with our Bicycle Wiki Map.

Log-in to take a brief survey, so we know what kind of cyclist you are, and then create bike routes through the interactive map. If you track your bike rides with GPS or Strava, you can upload your routes to be included in the project

Through the Regional Bicycle Wayfinding Program, VCTC will develop a plan that designates important regional bike routes and specifies design rules and signage templates that help cyclists easily find and navigate them. The plan will also prioritize gaps in the regional network of bike paths for future improvements. Cities across the County will use the plan to install regionally consistent signage and plan future bicycle projects in their jurisdictions.

For more information, contact Richard Holzer, Planning Analyst, at rholzer@goventura.org or (805) 642-1591 Ext. 102