VCTC Intercity Transit Offers Free Bus Rides to U.S. Military Veterans on Nov. 10 and 11
VCTC joins nine other transit providers in countywide Veterans Day promotion

The Ventura County Transportation Commission (VCTC) will provide free rides to U.S. military veterans on its VCTC Intercity Transit bus service on Friday, Nov. 10 and Saturday, Nov. 11. Part of a countywide effort to honor local veterans on Veterans Day, VCTC joins Camarillo Area Transit, the County of Ventura, Gold Coast Transit, Moorpark City Transit, Ojai Trolley, Simi Valley Transit, Thousand Oaks Transit and Valley Express in offering two days of free rides.

“This our way of saying thank you to the thousands of men and women living in Ventura County who have served our country in the armed forces,” said VCTC Executive Director Darren Kettle. “VCTC is honored to welcome these local heroes on board our buses on Veterans Day and every day.”

To qualify for a free ride, veterans may simply show their valid Veterans Identification to the bus driver upon boarding any participating fixed-route bus service. Valid IDs include U.S. Military ID, CAC, VA Card, Veterans designation on a California driver’s license, DD214 and Retired Military ID.

Free rides are also available on the Camarillo Area Transit, CONNECT Intercity, Moorpark Transit, Simi Valley Transit, Thousand Oaks Transit and Valley Express dial-a-ride programs.

Please note that Moorpark Transit and CONNECT Intercity do not operate on Saturdays.

For more information visit or call (800) 438-1112.

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