Is Ventura County’s public transit system meeting your needs? Comment Period Extended

Help us to understand your transit needs, Ventura County! VCTC wants your input. Would you like to expand existing bus and dial-a-ride service? Add new bus routes? Your feedback will help Ventura County’s transit operators understand where you need to go and how to help you get there. Make your voice heard at our February Unmet Transit Needs Public Hearing or simply take our online survey.

The comment period has been extended to March 21, 2017.

Take the survey:

Participa en la encuesta:

Attend the public hearing:

Tuesday, March 14 at 6:30 p.m.
Fillmore City Hall
250 Central Avenue
Fillmore, CA 93015

Monday, March 20 at 6:30 p.m.
Santa Paula City Hall
970 Ventura Street
Santa Paula, CA 93060

Note that the meeting will be part of the regular council meetings. Check agenda.

Or help us spread the word by downloading and sharing this meeting and fact sheet.

Or visit

Valley Express Specific Workshops:

Wednesday, March 15, at 4:30 pm

Community Workshop
Piru Elementary School (Multi-Purpose Room) 3811 E. Center St Piru, CA 93040

Wednesday, March 15, at 7:00 pm

Community Workshop
Santa Paula Senior Center (Westside Room)
530 W Main St
Santa Paula, CA 93060

Thursday, March 16, at 6:30 pm

Community Workshop
Fillmore Active Adults Center
533 Santa Clara Avenue
Fillmore, CA 93015

Survey here: HVCommunitySurvey

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Citizen Reporter
4 years ago
Reply to  Sheryl Hamlin

Actually, the VCTC plan didn’t fail because it was auto-centric, it failed because it was too expensive and had idiotic provisions for overpriced bike paths, non cost-effective trains which hardly anyone will ride and buses which require enormous ongoing subsidies.

VC was designed as a suburban/rural layout, not a densely-packed urban corridor lending itself to mass transit. However, busy bodies are always working furiously to turn it into their version of a rack ’em, stack ’em densified urban nightmare, like many of us came here to get away from.