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Are there bicycle racks on the buses?
Yes.  Thousand Oaks Transit is pleased to provide bike racks on every bus.  There is no additional charge to use the bike racks when you pay the bus fare. Visit Bicycles on Buses for more information.
  

Are there shuttles to the airport?
There are a number of private shuttle services providing service from the Conejo Valley to area airports.  At this time, there is no scheduled bus services between the Thousand Oaks Transportation Center and area airports.

How can I get from Point A to Point B?
Visit http://www.google.com/transit or an additional transit finder service is available at Transit Routing, provided by the Ventura County Transportation Commission, to find out how to go from anywhere in Southern California to anywhere else using public transit (buses, trains, etc.).

How can my child get to school?
Call (805) 497-9511 or visit the Conejo Valley Unified School District Transportation website for information.

I need to get a ride to the hospital.
For a medical emergency, dial 9-1-1.  Los Robles Hospital is serviced by the Route 2 (Green) bus.  Dial-a-Ride and ADA cardholders can book non-medical transportation seven days a week.  DAR/ADA reservation number is (805) 375-5467.

Is there a Ride Share program?
Click on Southern California Rideshare for commuter information sponsored by the Southern California Association of Governments.

Tell me about Dial a Ride.
Dial-A-Ride service is available on an on-call basis.  Call Thousand Oaks Transit Dial-A-Ride, Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., at (805) 375-5467 for information and reservations.  

Tell me about school buses.
Call (805) 497-9511 or visit the Conejo Valley Unified School District Transportation website for information.

What are the fares?
Click on fares for Dial-a-Ride and Thousand Oaks Transit fares and monthy prepaid pass information.

What forms of public transportation are there in the City?
Visit Transportation Programs for information on transportation in the City of Thousand Oaks and surrounding areas.

What is the GoVentura card and where can they be purchased?
The GoVentura card is similar to a phone card that holds a prepaid dollar amount, making it the ideal pass for the person that uses the bus occasionally.  There is a discount over the regular fares and it is good until the value is reduced to zero (no time limit on usage).  As you tap your card on the reader, the fare is deducted and you will be notified when your card holds less than $5.  E-purse cards may be purchased at the Transportation Center, by phone, or by mail.  Please call (800) 438-1112 for more information.

Where are the bus/light rail stops located?
Please visit Go Ventura! for information.  Visit Thousand Oaks Transit for for Thousand Oaks area Routes, Route Location Map and schedules. 

Where can I buy a GO VENTURA! bus pass?
GO VENTURA! passes are available at the Public Works Department customer service counter.  Monthly charges are:  Adults - $40; Students - $40; Seniors/Disabled - $20.  The monthly pass allows frequent riders unlimited rides all month long at a significant discount over regular fares.  The monthly pass is issued for a calendar month.  For more information, visit Go Ventura!

Where can I get a Dial-a-Ride card?
Please call (805) 375-5467 for information, or visit City of Thousand Oaks Dial-a-Ride Program for requirements, hours of operation, service area, and fares.  Card are $1, are good for 4 years and are available at City Hall, 2nd floor, Finance Customer Service.  Proof of residency and age are required.  Card are issued to Thousand Oaks residents and residents living in the County unincorporated areas of Newbury Park, Ventu Park, Lynn Ranch, Rolling Oaks, Hidden Valley, and Lake Sherwood.

Where can I get bus schedules?
Thousand Oaks bus schedules are available at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza (First or Second Floor Lobby, Grant R. Brimhall Library, 1401 E. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks; Newbury Park Branch Library, 2331 Borchard Road, Newbury Park; Thousand Oaks Teen Center, 1375 E. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks; Senior Center, 1385 E. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks; Oaks Mall Information Desk; and on the buses. 

Also visit
Thousand Oaks Transit for route information, operating hours, and fares.  You may also call
Thousand Oaks Transit Route Information at (805) 375-5473 5:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., Weekdays and 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Weekends.

Where is the bus/light rail station?
Please visit Go Ventura! for information on local area bus service, transit routing, Guaranteed Ride Home Program, Metrolink and Amtrak, etc., provided by the Ventura County Transportation Commission. 

Where is the Transportation Center located?
The Transportation Center is located at the corner of South Rancho Road and Haaland Drive near the intersection of the 101 and 23 freeways, 265 S. Rancho Road, Thousand Oaks, CA  91362.  If using an on-line mapping guide, refer to Mapquest or similar for location.  Please note the information on Google is incorrect.