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Ventura County Transportation Commission Unmet Transit Needs Public Hearing, 2/5/21

Ventura County Transportation Commission Unmet Transit Needs Public Hearing, 2/5/21

    Ventura County Transportation Commission The Ventura County Transportation Commission will be holding a public hearing to understand the needs of communities in Ventura County on Friday, February 5th at 9:00 am via Zoom.  Your input helps Ventura County’s transit operators understand where you need to go and how to help you get there. Click here for […]

Member of Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley is a Recipient of the Ventura County Transportation Commission Art Contest

Member of Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley is a Recipient of the Ventura County Transportation Commission Art Contest

Artwork Takes to the Road – Tariq Ali, age 13 and member of the Rocky & Lon Morton Boys & Girls Club in Newbury Park was one of the winners of the Ventura County Transportation Commission’s (VCTC) Art Contest competing against other youth from Boys & Girls Clubs throughout Ventura and Conejo Valley areas.  The […]

Job Opening | Planning & Policy Director – Ventura County Transportation Commission

Job Opening | Planning & Policy Director – Ventura County Transportation Commission

Location: Ventura, CA Company: Ventura County Transportation Commision First posted: August 13, 2019 view all Ventura County Transportation Commission jobs in Ventura, CA. find my contacts on Facebook or LinkedIn. view map of Ventura, CA. first posted August 13, 2019 (b8bd2fb27d46b644e8299cbf6a591f3d) want this job? review our job search guide first. Position Description The Ventura County Transportation Commission  is seeking qualified candidates for the position […]

VCCCD College Students Ride the Bus for Free!

VCCCD College Students Ride the Bus for Free!

Great news! The Ventura County Transportation Commission (VCTC) approved extension of the College Easy Ride program for another year. The program allows students enrolled in Moorpark College, Oxnard College, Ventura College, Ventura College East Campus in Santa Paula, CSU Channel Islands, and Cal Lutheran University to get around Ventura County on public transportation for FREE. Simply show […]

A Nuclear Free Ojai What’s the Fallout?

A Nuclear Free Ojai What’s the Fallout?

By Jay Murphy Tuesday night the Ojai City Council met at City Hall with all council members present. Following the roll call and the Pledge of Allegiance the meeting began with a moderate but ever increasing attendance. Presentations Darren Kettle of the Ventura County Transportation Commission presented an overview of the upcoming census and how […]

Santa Paula: Santa Claus Train 2016

Santa Paula: Santa Claus Train 2016

By Sheryl Hamlin Santa lit the skies of Black Friday 2016 with a visit to find out who had been naughty and who had been nice in preparation for his next magical visit. But not on reindeer, Santa came in full regalia courtesy of the Fillmore and Western Railway. The caboose made perfect theater for […]

Join Valley Express’ One-year Anniversary Celebration of Local Bus Service in Heritage Valley

Join Valley Express’ One-year Anniversary Celebration  of Local Bus Service in Heritage Valley

Crime Ticks Up in Ventura County

Crime Ticks Up in Ventura County

Commander Monica McGrath’s presentation at the Camarillo City Council meeting on March 23, 2016, was informative and insightful.   She is a 27-year member of the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office promoted to commander in March 2014.  Ms. McGrath serves as Chief of Police for the City of Camarillo.  At the outset, she stated that all but […]

Simi Valley City Council takes on panhandling and transit subsidies

Simi Valley City Council takes on panhandling and transit subsidies

By Bob Powers June 18, nurse 2013 Ref.- City Council web site: http://www.ci.simi-valley.ca.us/ ; Events ; Council Members ; Council Meetings, Agendas ; June 10 Agenda ; Video Panhandling adds to Simi Valley arrests SIMI VALLEY—City police reported that 12 percent of arrests came from panhandlers and homeless at a Simi Valley City Council meeting earlier this month (June 10).  According […]