Gold Coast Transit District’s Popular Holiday Bus Dashes Through The Streets

(Oxnard, CA) – Gold Coast Transit District (GCTD) is excited to announce the sixth annual appearance of its popular holiday bus, which will be dashing through the streets from December 1, 2021, through Monday, January 3, 2022. Rides on this “magical sleigh” are FREE all season long.

The elves are particularly excited to be riding the bus this year as it magically transformed into a sleigh complete with reindeer, including Rudolph at the lead. Dashing through festively decorated neighborhoods, the sleigh’s elves are spreading joy and cheer, merrily singing, “Oh what fun it is to ride….” Arriving with the sleigh is GCTD’s new 2021 hashtag, #DashingontheGO, as the District celebrates the joy of gradually getting out of our homes and enjoying the festivities that the holidays bring.

“Each year I, along with our staff and the community, anxiously await the debut our holiday bus,” commented GCTD General Manager, Steven P. Brown. “This year’s design is one of our best, with a winter scene as the backdrop to our magical sleigh! It’s so appropriate as we all safely begin to dash about in our community once again.” Brown notes that safety continues to be a top priority and masks are still required when riding any GCTD bus, including this year’s holiday bus.

Passengers are once again encouraged to take selfies with the holiday bus and post them to social media. New this year, GCTD has created a festive filter on Instagram and Facebook to frame your photos. Find the filter easily by scanning the QR code displayed inside the bus or find them on GCTD’s website.

Sightings of this year’s holiday bus can be tracked by searching #DashingontheGO on Facebook and Instagram.

About the District: Gold Coast Transit District provides safe, responsive, convenient, efficient, and environmentally responsible fixed-route bus and paratransit public transportation that serves the diverse needs of the cities of Ojai, Oxnard, Port Hueneme, and Ventura, and in the unincorporated County areas between the cities. Utilizing a fleet of 56 clean natural gas-fueled buses, and 26 paratransit buses and vans, GCTD carries nearly 4 million passengers annually on its 20 bus routes. GCTD is the largest provider of public transit in Ventura County and is governed by a Board of Directors made up of an elected official from each member jurisdiction. For more information or to plan your trip, visit www.GoldCoastTransit.org.

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Contact: Cynthia Torres-Duque, Communications and Marketing Manager

805-483-3959 x 110 | [email protected]


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