Imperial Valley Transit

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Imperial Valley Transit
Imperial Valley Transit logo.png
Slogan Ride with Us!
Parent Imperial County Transportation Commission[1]
Founded 1989
Headquarters 792 East Ross Road
Locale El Centro, CA
Service area Imperial County
Service type bus service, express bus service, paratransit
Routes 13
Stations El Centro Regional Transit Terminal, Brawley Transit Transfer Station, Calexico 3rd St. & Paulin Ave., Imperial Valley College Transfer Terminal
Operator First Transit[1]

Imperial Valley Transit is the provider of mass transportation in California's Imperial Valley, serving the cities of El Centro, Calexico, Brawley, and Imperial.Formed in 1989 with just 3 buses and serving close to 3000 passengers per month,[1] the agency currently serves more than 73,000 passengers per month[2] with over 20 buses in operation. Twelve routes, plus the El Centro Circulators (which are labeled as the Green Line running clockwise and the Blue Line running counterclockwise) travel six days per week. Two limited stop routes (the 31/32 Direct) also travel Monday-Saturday, and two express buses run to Imperial Valley College when class is in session. Starting January 5, 2014, limited Sunday service was implemented between Calexico and Brawley on Routes 1 & 2 along with IVT Access, the local para transit service of Imperial Valley.[3] This is the first time public transportation services has been provided county-wide on Sundays.


  • 1N/1S: Calexico-El Centro
  • 2N/2S: El Centro-Niland
  • 3W/3E: El Centro-Holtville
  • 4W/4E: El Centro-Seeley-**Ocotillo**
  • 21N/21S IVC Express: Imperial Valley College to Calexico
  • 22N/22S IVC Express: Imperial Valley College to Niland
  • 31 Direct: Brawley-Calexico
  • 32 Direct: Calexico-Brawley
  • 41N/41S: Brawley Fast
  • 45W/45E: Holtville Fast
  • 51N/51S: Brawley-Bombay Beach-Slab City
  • El Centro Blue/Green Lines
  • Brawley Gold Line

**On demand response Tuesdays only.


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