COVID 19 UPDATE - For VCTC bus service alerts Click HereEffective July 1, 2022 VCTC will be resuming regular fares on Intercity buses.




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  • Beginning in August 2022, GFI bus cardholders will be able to exchange their unused 31-Day and 10-Ride paper passes at the VCTC office by appointment and by mail. Click here for more info.


  • VCTC RIDER ALERT: VCTC Intercity is currently experiencing driver shortages. Effective Monday, Aug 22 Route 86 (departing Karl Storz at 5:10 PM) will be combined with Route 89 (departing UCSB at 5:25 PM). Passengers should expect a 15-20 minute delay and plan accordingly
  • VCTC RIDER ALERT: Due to driver shortages the following East County Trips are canceled for today:
      • 73X (depart Oaks Mall 5:40A),
      • 72 (depart TOTC 8:15A), and
      • 70 (depart Oaks Mall 11:09A).
      • 73 (depart cochran/galena 6:38A),
      • 70 (depart Simi Town Center 9:56A), and
      • 70 (depart Simi Town Center 12:15P).
  • VCTC RIDER ALERT: CSUCI will be going on Summer break May 27 and will be switching to a modified schedule May 31 through August 21. Route 99 will run Monday-Sunday and service will be suspended on Routes 90 and 97.
  • VCTC RIDER ALERT: Due to ongoing construction at the Moorpark Metrolink Station, the VCTC stop will be temporarily relocated to the East of Kahoots Pet & Feed. Stop relocation may begin as soon as Mon. 3/7/22.
  • VCTC RIDER ALERT: Effective July 1, 2022 VCTC will be resuming regular fares on Intercity buses.

VCTC Service Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update


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Meetings & Agendas

Please note:  A posting of the VCTC Commission Meeting Agenda will be posted at the Camarillo City Hall Administration office located at 601 Carmen Drive, Camarillo, CA 93010.  If you have any questions, please contact VCTC’S Clerk of the Board, Roxanna Ibarra via phone at 805-642-1591 ext. 101 or via email at

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Give Your Input on the Future of the 101

VCTC has embarked on a project to improve U.S. 101 between Thousand Oaks and Ventura and we need your input. Community meetings begin April.

Learn More and give your opinion on the future of the 101