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.

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New bus line to Camarillo Outlets opens Oct. 15

VCTC will open the Oxnard-Camarillo Connector, a new bus route linking South Oxnard to the Camarillo Premium Outlets, on October 15. Whether you’re an employee or a shopper, the route will make it easy to access Ventura County’s most popular shopping destination with travel times comparable to driving. No more searching for parking at the mall!

Click here for route and schedule details.


The Ventura County Transportation Commission (VCTC) is seeking non-elected Ventura County residents who are interested in serving a four-year term on its board as the Citizen Representative for the Cities of Ventura County. The term begins February 3, 2017.

VCTC is a seventeen-member board, composed of all five Ventura County Supervisors, ten City Council members (one from each city) and two Citizen Appointees, one representing the County and one representing the Cities, along with the Caltrans District 7 Director, who serves as an Ex-Officio member

VCTC's mission is to improve mobility within the County and increase funding to meet transportation needs. To fulfill that mission, the VCTC establishes transportation policies and priorities ensuring an equitable allocation of federal, state and local funds for highway, transit, rail, aviation, bicycle and other transportation projects.

VCTC meets the first Friday of every month (except August) at 9:00 am at Camarillo City Hall Council Chambers. Board members are asked make themselves available until noon on meeting days, though most meetings adjourn at approximately 10:30. Compensation for meeting attendance or representing VCTC at a meeting is $100 per meeting, with a 2 meeting maximum in one calendar month.

Those who are interested in being considered for the position are requested to send a letter of interest to their respective Mayor no later than November 30, 2016. The Cities Selection Committee will meet in late December or early January to make the appointment.

VCTC News presents transportation news affecting Ventura County residents, whether you’re a driver, a cyclist, a bus or train passenger, a walker, or all of these. We present trends and data that may affect your mobility next week or next decade. Thanks for joining us.