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.

Try VCTC’s Newest Bus Line FREE Nov. 10-17

On Nov. 10, VCTC will open the East-West Connector, the first fixed-route transit service between Simi Valley, Moorpark and West Ventura County. To celebrate the launch, we’ll offer free rides on the new bus line during its first week of operation, Nov. 10-17.

The East-West Connector offers a direction connection between the cities of Simi Valley, Moorpark, Camarillo, Oxnard and Ventura using Highways 118, 34 and 101. Buses operate between the hours of 6 a.m. and 9:30 p.m. on weekdays.

Try the new route for faster easier access to the Simi Valley Civic Center, Moorpark College, CSUCI, Ventura College and the Government Center.

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Bus Service Changes Take Effect Aug. 28

Beginning August 28, 2017, VCTC will make changes to its intercity bus service.

  • Just in time for the new school year, express weekday CSUCI service returns for C-Street Oxnard (route 90) and Camarillo Metrolink (route 97). There will also be weekday service reductions on the Oxnard/Camarillo Connector (route 96).
  • Service will be added to Amgen from Woodland Hills on the Highway 101/Conejo Connection.
  • Both the Highway 101/Conejo Connection and the Coastal Express will experience minor time changes to address increased congestion on the 101.
  • Service on the Highway 126 and East County lines remains unchanged.

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