Ventura County Access For All Frequently Asked Questions


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Ventura County Access for All

Ventura County Access for All

Frequently Asked Questions

When does the program start?

September 15, 2023.

How do I book my ride?

Call 805-519-0009.

Who is eligible for this service?

This service is intended only for individuals who use wheelchairs. For all other ADA service please click other ADA service.

What is the service area?

This “curb to curb” service is available anywhere within Ventura County.

Where can I go?

Anywhere! Spontaneous shopping trips, medical appointments, visiting friends, night travel, etc.  Last minute, last mile. There is no restriction on the type of trip or distance so long as it is within Ventura County.

What are the service hours?

The service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days per week.

How much does it cost?

The trip fee is $2.50 per mile. No other fees apply. Total cost will be provided at the time of the trip request.

How do I pay?

Payment must be made at the time of the phone reservation. Drivers do not accept cash.

How far in advance do I need to book my trip?

This is an on-demand service, comparable to Uber or Lyft. Our goal is to provide same-day rides within 30 minutes or as soon as possible. Advance reservations are not required but are recommended.

I travel with a Personal Care Attendant (PCA), can they ride with me?

Yes! There is no additional charge for PCAs.

I travel with a service animal, is that allowed?

Yes, service animals are welcome. Please notify us that you will be traveling with an animal when booking your ride.

I’d like to book a ride with a friend, is there an additional charge?

There is no additional charge for other riders provided they have the same starting and ending location. We can accommodate up to two additional passengers for a total of three including one wheelchair. Tell us how many people will be traveling when booking the ride.

For Questions or Comments about the service, contact VCTC LAFA.


Free Fare Days Program


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Free Fare Days Program

Free Fare Days Program

Frequently Asked Questions

When does the program begin and how long does it last?

The Free Fare Days Promotional Program starts Sept. 22, 2023, and will last through June 2024.

The Free Fare Days Program will allow riders to use any bus service for free within Ventura County on the following days only:

  • Car Free Day (September 22)
  • California Clean Air Day (October 4)
  • Veterans Day* (November 10) – Veterans and active-duty U.S military members only (applicable IDs listed below)
  • Transit Equity Day* (February 5)
  • Earth Day (April 22)
  • Bike to Work Day (May 17) – For those biking only
  • Dump the Pump (June 17)

*Due to these holidays falling on a weekend, they will be recognized on the observed holiday dates

Who is eligible for the Free Fare Days Promotional Program?

All riders are eligible for free fares with the exception of the following days:

  • Veterans Day (November 11) – Veterans and active-duty U.S. military members
  • Bike to Work Day (May 17) – For those biking only

*Please contact the transit operator for their bicycle policies.

**Veterans Day free rides are for eligible veterans and active-duty members of the U.S. military. Valid ID forms include U.S. military ID, Common Access Card (CAC), Veterans Affairs (VA) card, veteran designation on a California driver’s license, DD214, and Retired Military ID. Veterans without proper ID are asked to share their branch, dates and location of service with the bus driver.

Can I use any bus in Ventura County?

Yes, all following operators are participating:

  • Camarillo Area Transit
  • Gold Coast Transit District
  • Kanan Shuttle
  • Moorpark City Transit
  • Ojai Trolley
  • Simi Valley Transit
  • Thousand Oaks Transit
  • Valley Express
  • VCTC Intercity Transit Service

How will the driver know to let me on the bus for free?

Drivers will let anyone ride for free with the exceptions noted for Veterans Day and Bike to Work Day (see information above).

I’m traveling to a VCTC Zone 2 destination. Do I have to pay an additional fare?

No, you do not.

Can I ride Metrolink or Amtrak for free?

The Free Fare Days Promotional Program only lets you ride public buses in Ventura County on select days identified above. Rail operators may occasionally offer free riders. Please contact Metrolink or Amtrak for more information.

Can paratransit users ride dial-a-ride services for free?

No, other than Valley Express, Moorpark City Transit (MCT) On Demand, Camarillo Area Transit (CAT) dial-a-ride services, passengers will have to pay the full fare.

What if I already bought a pass? Can I get a refund?

Unfortunately, no you cannot.

Any questions? Please call 1-800-438-1112 or submit comments through www.goventura.org.

Please note: Riders are expected to follow the rules and codes of conduct established by each operator. Violations of the rules may result in removal from the bus and suspension of riding privileges.


Weekend Train

VENTURA COUNTY WEEKEND TRAIN SERVICE

EXPLORE TRAIN DESTINATIONS THIS WEEKEND BETWEEN VENTURA AND DOWNTOWN L.A.

Metrolink’s $10 weekend pass gives you access to both Metrolink AND certain Amtrak trains. More trains, more trips, and more options. It’s time to plan your next weekend adventure.

Download the Metrolink App to buy tickets

View the Schedule for both Amtrak Pacific Surfliner and Metrolink. 

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Codeshare is a program Metrolink created, in partnership with Amtrak, that allows Metrolink Ventura County Line ticket holders to ride select Amtrak Pacific Surfliner trains between Los Angeles and Ventura.

Please visit Metrolink’s website for more information about the program.

Pacific Surfliner has additional weekend service available.

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Click below for additional information on Metrolink Saturday Service.

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LOCATIONS

VENTURA – DOWNTOWN (BEACH)

39 East Harbor Blvd
Ventura, CA 93001

Ventura Train Station

DISTANCE FROM STATION

Ventura County Fairgrounds and Event Center .09 miles (or 450 feet)
Ventura Pier .5 miles

EAST VENTURA METROLINK

6175 Ventura Blvd.,
Ventura CA 93003

DISTANCE FROM STATION

Ventura Aquatic Center 3.3 miles
The Collection at Riverpark 2 miles

OXNARD TRANSIT CENTER

201 E 4th St,
Oxnard, CA 93030

DISTANCE FROM STATION

Downtown Oxnard 0.3 miles
Murphy Auto Museum 2 miles
Esplanade Shopping Center 2.3 miles
The Collection at Riverpark 3 miles

CAMARILLO METROLINK

30 Lewis Rd.,
Camarillo, CA 93010

DISTANCE FROM STATION

Old Town Camarillo 0.8 miles
Camarillo Premium Outlets 1.3 miles
Camarillo Ranch House 1.2 miles

MOORPARK METROLINK

300 High St,
Moorpark, CA 93021

DISTANCE FROM STATION

Underwood Family Farms 3.1 miles
America’s Teaching Zoo 3.4 miles
Arroyo Vista Community Park 2.0 miles
Historic Downtown Moorpark 0.2 miles

SIMI VALLEY METROLINK

505 E Los Angeles Ave,
Simi Valley, CA 93036

DISTANCE FROM STATION

Santa Susana Railroad Depot & Museum 3.2 miles
Rocky Pointe Natural Park 2.9 miles
Arroyo Simi Bike Path 1.2 miles

CHATSWORTH METROLINK

10045 Old Depot Plaza Rd,
Chatsworth, CA 91311

DISTANCE FROM STATION

Boulderdash San Fernando Valley 3.2 miles
Metro Orange Line 0.1 miles
Santa Susana Pass State Historic Park 2.9 miles

NORTHRIDGE METROLINK

8775 Wilbur Ave,
Los Angeles, CA 91324

DISTANCE FROM STATION

Northridge Fashion Center 1.2 miles
Boulderdash San Fernando Valley 1.8 miles
CSU Northridge 1.5 miles

VAN NUYS METROLINK

7724 Van Nuys Blvd,
Van Nuys, CA 91405

DISTANCE FROM STATION

Woodley Park 3.9 miles
LA Valley College 4.0 miles

BURBANK AIRPORT

3750 W. Empire Ave.,
Burbank, CA 91505

DISTANCE FROM STATION

Burbank Airport 1.2 miles
Burbank Empire Center 1.9 miles
Martial Arts History Museum 3.3 miles

DOWNTOWN BURBANK

201 N. Front St.,
Burbank CA 91502

DISTANCE FROM STATION

Burbank Town Center 0.9 miles
Autry Museum of the American West 3.4 miles

GLENDALE METROLINK

400 W Cerritos Ave,
Glendale, CA 91204

DISTANCE FROM STATION

Museum of Neon Art 1.6 miles
The Americana at Brand 1.5 miles
Griffith Park 3.5 miles
Glendale Galleria 1.7 miles

L.A. UNION STATION

800 N Alameda St,
Los Angeles, CA 90012

DISTANCE FROM STATION

Olvera Street 0.2 miles
Grand Central Market 1.0 mile
Angel’s Flight Railway 1.1 miles
Little Tokyo 0.5 miles
Broad Museum 1.1 miles
Walt Disney Concert Hall 1.0 mile


Santa Paula Branch Line

Santa Paula Branch Line

SANTA PAULA BRANCH LINE RAILROAD

Today, the Santa Paula Branch Line (SPBL) extends for 32 miles from the East Ventura / Montalvo train station, through the Cities of Ventura, Santa Paula, and Fillmore, to the unincorporated community of Piru, with 29 miles of active track. Originally built in 1887 by the Southern Pacific railroad, the SPBL remains an active short line railroad with freight, tourist and excursion, film and television, and research and development rail operations.

The Ventura County Transportation Commission (VCTC) acquired the SPBL railroad in 1995 for use as a multimodal corridor, including freight rail, bicycle and hiking trail, pipelines and utilities, recreational parks, and to preserve the corridor for possible future commuter rail service.

In 2001, VCTC entered into a 20-year operations lease with Fillmore & Western Railway that expired in June 2021. During that time, Fillmore & Western operated tourist and excursion trains and supported television and film production, such as the Santa Train and Pumpkinliner. With the expiration of the Fillmore & Western lease, VCTC issued a Request for Proposals for Rail Operator Service. In December 2021, VCTC executed a Railroad Lease and Operations Agreement with Sierra Northern Railway (SNR) for a 35-year term. Under the Agreement, Sierra Northern is responsible to operate and maintain the railroad and the right-of-way. The underlying purpose of the Agreement is to provide for economic activity in the Heritage Valley by continuing to support rail operations and preserving the corridor for a future trail by dedicating lease, license, and permit revenues to ongoing maintenance, while avoiding the continued expense of other transportation funds on the Santa Paula Branch Line. Freight rail service reduces truck traffic at a rate of four trucks for every rail car and provides an opportunity to lower greenhouse gas emissions associated with goods movement.

The Agreement defines roles and responsibilities and grants to Sierra Northern the exclusive rights to operate the SPBL for Railroad Purposes, including tourist and freight services, film and television production, and storage and transload services. Sierra Northern Railway conducts regular railroad inspections, makes repairs and improvements to the train signals and railroad tracks, conducts weed abatement and other right-of-way maintenance activities, and conducts rail operations.

Sierra Northern provides freight and transload services and supports television and film production. More information is available through Sierra Northern’s website, The Movie Railroad.

A sister company to Sierra Northern, Mendocino Railways, will operate tourist and excursion trains and services. In March 2023, Mendocino Railways launched the Sunburst Railbikes on the SPBL. A variety of seasonal and excursion train services will be developed in the future. For more information on railbike operations, click here.

RAILROAD SAFETY AND ACCESS

The Santa Paula Branch Line is an active railroad. Locomotives are required by law to sound train horns for at least 15 seconds in advance of all public and private crossings. While the horn blasts can seem disruptive, they are a federal requirement put in place to warn pedestrians, vehicles, and those who might be in the railroad right-of-way that a train is coming. For more information about railroad safety, visit Operation Lifesaver at https://oli.org.

Railroad tracks and rights-of-way are considered private property, and entry to the railroad right-of-way without express permission is considered trespass. If you have questions, concerns, or see unsafe activity near a train or on the SPBL right-of-way, please contact Sierra Northern Railway at (888) 864-6995.

If you require access to the SPBL right-of-way for maintenance of utilities, access to adjacent properties, or for any other reason, a lease or right-of-entry permit is required, depending on the length of the need to access the property. Please contact the Ventura County Transportation Commission at (805) 642-1591 to discuss leasing and right-of-entry options.

For more information about railroad safety, visit Operation Lifesaver at https://oli.org.

RAIL CAR STORAGE

Rail cars are sometimes stored on the SPBL railroad as part of railroad operations. Revenue from the storage of rail cars contributes to maintaining and improving the condition of the railroad and right-of-way. Rail car storage also contributes to efficient and safe operations of the national railroad network.

Rail Car Storage refers to rail cars owned by a third party being stored on the SPBL. Rail Car Storage is anticipated to be used in the early stages of Sierra Northern operations to generate revenue while the freight, tourist/excursion, and movie businesses are further developed. The Agreement was constructed to mitigate the impact of Rail Car Storage by prohibiting storage within incorporated cities and existing communities as defined by the County of Ventura (namely Saticoy and Piru), or within 150 feet of legal public and private railroad crossings. The Agreement also prohibits Rail Car Storage of rail cars containing hazardous materials.

Passenger and freight rail cars and locomotives owned by Sierra Northern Railway and its sister company, Mendocino Railway, may be parked on the railroad, including within incorporated cities, as part of regular railroad operations. These types of cars are not considered Railroad Car Storage.

As a result of the severe winter storms in January 2023 and resulting damage to the Sespe Creek Overflow bridge, approximately 100 rail cars are currently being stored on the SPBL in an unincorporated area west of Fillmore. The storage of these cars is temporary, and every effort is being made to repair the bridge and restore service connectivity in a timely manner to allow the cars to be moved to another less visible location, until the rail cars are placed back in service by their owner, with such timing depending on construction schedules and demand for the rail cars.

SANTA PAULA BRANCH LINE TRAIL

When VCTC acquired the Santa Paula Branch Line in 1995, plans included building a trail for active transportation and recreation. In 2000, VCTC adopted a Master Plan and Environmental Impact Report for the “SPBL Recreational Multi-Use Trail.” Sections of the trail have been constructed in the cities of Santa Paula and Fillmore and the Piru community. In April 2022, VCTC renewed its goal to build-out the SPBL trail, with the Commission having adopted a goal to “Reinvigorate the process to complete the Santa Paula Branch Line (SPBL) multi-use path.” The SPBL Trail provides an important opportunity to invest in active transportation for the residents of the Santa Clara River Valley, while reducing vehicle miles traveled and greenhouse gas emissions. Efforts to initiate an update to the Master Plan are underway, with a focus on connections to housing, employment opportunities, and transit, and an emphasis on engagement with neighboring landowners, the agriculture community, disadvantaged communities, potential future trail users, and the broader community. The Master Plan Update would also incorporate the recommendations of the SPBL Trail Compatibility Survey and Federal Railroad Administration’s Best Practices for Rails with Trails. More information will be forthcoming soon from VCTC.

Santa Paula Branch Line Recreational Trail Master Plan (2000)
Santa Paula Branch Line Master Plan (1996)

QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS

Please direct your questions or comments regarding the Santa Paula Branch Line to SPBL@goventura.org, or to the comment box below:

Santa Paula Branch Line Community Meeting – August 15, 2023
Presentation Materials

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VCTC GOALS AND STRATEGIC PLAN

VCTC GOALS AND STRATEGIC PLAN

VCTC GOALS

On April 13, 2022, the Ventura County Transportation Commission (VCTC) participated in a goal-setting session to provide direction to the executive director for the upcoming fiscal year. During the session, Commissioners reviewed 10 near-term goals to be completed during fiscal year 2022/23, and five midterm goals to begin in FY 2022/23 and to be completed over the next two to three years. Commissioners approved the near-term and mid-term goals, adding one near-term and one mid-term goal for a total of 17 goals.

VCTC STRATEGIC PLAN

The VCTC Strategic Plan was adopted by the Commission on April 7, 2023. This Strategic Plan sets the path for next five years. We began our process in Spring 2022 with a Commission goal setting session, during which the Commission established key priorities for FY 2022-23 and beyond. We then embarked upon a more comprehensive strategic planning process to incorporate a broader range of initiatives for the future.


Transportation Emergency Preparedness Plan

TRANSPORTATION EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS PLAN

PROJECT PURPOSE

Due to the devastation caused by recent disasters such as the Thomas Fire and 1/9 Debris Flow event, Ventura County Transportation Commission (VCTC), in partnership with the Santa Barbara County Association of Governments (SBCAG), applied for and received an Adaptation Planning grant from Caltrans to develop a Transportation Emergency Preparedness Plan (TEPP) for Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties.

Fireman silhouette in front of fire

KEY CHALLENGES

  • Increasing risks of wildland fire, mudslides and other disasters.
  • One main thoroughfare, US Highway 101, linking Ventura County and Santa Barbara County.
  • Transportation systems are severely impacted during major disasters.
  • No transportation plan in place to coordinate evacuations.
  • Limited integration of transportation procedures into County and City emergency plans.

PROJECT MISSION AND GOALS

  • Mission

    To provide a proactive strategy and roadmap for transportation response and recovery during emergencies for Ventura and Santa Barbara counties going forward.

    Goals

    • Develop an all-hazards transportation emergency preparedness plan
    • Respond to the needs of the communities sooner and more effectively
    • Create a blueprint for evacuation
    • Improve transit agency management during disasters
    • Develop a plan for disadvantaged and vulnerable populations


Free Fare Programs


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Free Fare Programs

Free Fare Programs

FREE FARE DAYS PROGRAM

The Free Fare Days Program will allow anyone to ride any bus service for free within Ventura County on the following days only:

  • Car-Free Day (September 22)
  • California Clean Air Day (October 4)
  • Veterans Day (November 10) – Veterans and active-duty U.S military members only (applicable IDs listed below)
  • Transit Equity (February 5)
  • Earth Day (April 22)
  • Bike to Work Day (May 17) – For those biking only
  • Dump the Pump (June 17)

The pilot program will run through June 2024. Veterans Day free rides are for eligible veterans and active-duty members of the U.S. military. Valid ID forms include U.S. military ID, Common Access Card (CAC), Veterans Affairs (VA) card, veteran designation on a California driver’s license, DD214, and Retired Military ID. Veterans without proper ID are asked to share their branch, dates and location of service with the bus driver.

Click Here for frequently asked questions about the Free Fare Days Program

YOUTH RIDE FREE PROMOTIONAL PROGRAM

The Youth Ride Free Promotional Program will allow youth 18 and under and those over 18 enrolled in high school to ride any public transit bus in Ventura County for free, anytime, anywhere. High school aged youth should be prepared to show ID to board for free. The pilot program will run through June 2024.

Click Here for frequently asked questions about the Youth Ride Free Promotional Program
Click Here to download the Youth Ride Free Flyer

COLLEGE RIDE PROGRAM

The College Ride Program will allow students enrolled at California Lutheran University, California State University Channel Islands, Moorpark College, Oxnard College, Ventura College, Santa Barbara City College, University of California, Santa Barbara, and Ventura County Adult Education Consortium to ride any public transit bus in Ventura County for free. Students will need to show the driver or tap their school ID in order to board for free. The pilot program will run through June 2024.

Click here for frequently asked questions about the College Ride Program
Click Here to download the College Ride Program Flyer


Youth Ride Free Promotional Program


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Youth Ride Free Promotional Program

Youth Ride Free Promotional Program

Frequently Asked Questions

When does the program start?

September 1st, 2022

Who is eligible for the Youth Ride Free Promotional Program?

Anyone age 18 or younger or enrolled high school students who are older.

When does the program start and how long does it last?

The Youth Ride Free Program is a promotional program that will last through June 2024.

Can I use any bus in Ventura County?

Yes, all following operators are participating:

  • Camarillo Area Transit
  • Gold Coast Transit District
  • Kanan Shuttle
  • Moorpark City Transit
  • Ojai Trolley
  • Simi Valley Transit
  • Thousand Oaks Transit
  • Valley Express
  • VCTC Intercity Transit Service

How will the driver know to let me on the bus for free?

Drivers will let anyone who looks 18 or younger board the bus for free but high school aged students should be prepared to show ID.

Do I have to be going to/from school?

No, you do not. You can travel anywhere, for any reason on any bus operator in the county.

I’m traveling to a VCTC Zone 2 destination, do I have to pay an additional fare?

No, you do not.

Can I ride Metrolink or Amtrak for free?

No, the Youth Ride Free Program only lets you ride public buses in Ventura County.

Can paratransit users ride dial-a-ride services for free?

No, other than Valley Express and Camarillo Area Transit (CAT) dial-a-ride services, passengers will have to pay the full fare.

What if I already bought a pass, can I get a refund?

Unfortunately, no you cannot.

If I attend school in Ventura County, can I still ride free if I don’t live in the county?

Yes, you may ride free.

I live in Ventura County but attend a school outside the county; can I still ride the bus for free?

Yes, you may ride free.

Is this a school bus service?

No. Buses will only take students to predetermined fixed-route bus stops. Students can ride the bus to the stop nearest their school then walk or use alternate transportation.

Do I have to ride with an adult?

Only kids 10 and under must be accompanied by an adult.

Any questions? Please call 1-800-438-1112 or submit comments through www.goventura.org.

Please note: Riders are expected to follow the rules and codes of conduct established by each operator. Violations of the rules may result in removal from the bus and suspension of riding privileges.


GFI FARE MEDIA IS ENDING


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GFI FARE MEDIA IS ENDING

GFI Fare Media is Ending

MARCH 31, 2023: IS THE LAST DAY TO USE GFI PASSES

GFI passholders must use or exchange their 31-Day and 10-Ride paper passes by March 31, 2023.
Passes will no longer be accepted on ANY Ventura County buses after that date.

FAQs:

  • What is a GFI pass? GFI passes are the paper passes that VCTC used to have before COVID.
  • Why is the program ending? VCTC has transitioned to the new VCbuspass program and we are phasing out the paper passes.
  • Which GFI passes are eligible for exchange? You can exchange all 10-ride passes (unused or partially used) as well as any unused 31-Day passes. Red “Single-Ride Tickets” will still be accepted.

  • Can I get a refund instead of an exchange? Call 1.800.438.1112 for questions about refunds
  • How do I make an appointment to exchange my pass? Call 800.438.1112 or email ridercomments@goventura.org to make an appointment
  • I can’t make it to your office. How do I exchange my passes? You may be able to mail your passes please call 1.800.438.1112 for instructions.
  • I have more questions about this exchange: Call 1.800.438.1112 or email ridercomments@goventura.org for more information


Transit Integration and Efficiency Study

TRANSIT INTEGRATION AND EFFICIENCY STUDY

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The Ventura County Transportation Commission is leading an exploratory effort to identify potential efficiencies in the delivery of quality local and regional bus transit throughout Ventura County.  There are currently nine bus transit systems throughout the County – VCTC Intercity, Gold Coast Transit District, Valley Express Bus, Simi Valley Transit, Camarillo Area Transit, Thousand Oaks Transit, Moorpark City Transit, Ojai Trolley, Kanan Shuttle, and Connect – ECTA InterCity Dial-a-Ride.  Each transit provider is a project partner working alongside VCTC to identify strategies that will most effectively improve passenger experience and better integrate the existing transit services throughout the County.

This study is a first step at identifying potential opportunities for transit integration and efficiencies in the County. Based on the outcome of the study, VCTC will engage with a broader set of stakeholders to further refine recommendations and establish a path toward implementation.

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Transit Integration and Efficiency Study (TIES) Survey

We are looking for feedback from residents, workers, and students in Ventura County to consider their regular travel activities within the County at large, and their familiarity with the various transit services available whether you are a transit rider or not. The results of this survey will help inform cities and county agencies where to prioritize activities that would improve transit service and potentially attract more people to use it.

Take the short Survey below:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/9X5DZ3Q

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