Designing transit service in Ventura County provides challenges that are unique due to the mixture of rural and urban areas and the diverse needs of our community. GCTD encourages the public to provide us with input on how we can better serve the needs of our community. Before making changes, we analyze ridership data, on-board surveys, public and employee input and county-wide demographic data to design quality bus service. Additionally, GCTD partners with the Ventura County Transportation Commission (VCTC), the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG), as well as the local jurisdictions to provide transit service to the community.
Service adjustments typically take effect in July and January of each year. GCTD will provide notice in advance of potential changes to get feedback before implementation.
A strong understanding of passenger needs is critical for GCTD to continue to deliver a responsible transit service that is efficient, attractive and convenient.
2019 Passenger Survey Analysis
Draft Reports Available for Public Comment
Revised Bus Stop Guidelines - 2019 Draft
GCTD planning staff has made revisons to the original Bus Stop Guidelines document adopted in 2015. Staff is welcoming public commet at this time. As a reminder, the purpose of this document is to provide the jurisdictions served by the District, local developers, and other local partners a consistent set of guidelines for designing high quality stops.
2018 Ridership Map
Short Range Transit Plan
FINAL Short Range Transit Plan FY 15-19 - Approved on November 4, 2015
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Purpose and Background Information
Chapter 2: GCTD's Current Transit System
Chapter 3: Service Area Characteristics & Demographics
Chapter 4: FY 2013-2014 Financial Data
Chapter 5: Capital Assets
Chapter 6: Service Planning Process and Public Input into the SRTP
Chapter 7: 5-Year Baseline Service Plan & Financial Forecast
Chapter 8: 5-Year Expansion Priorities & Future Service Concepts
Title VI - Civil Rights
2016 Title VI Program - Civil Rights
Vineyard Wells Corridor Study
Bus Stop Balancing