Ventura County Transportation Commission
||950 County Square Drive Suite 207
Ventura, CA 93003
The Ventura County Transportation Commission (VCTC) is the public sector transportation planning body for Ventura County, California. The VCTC oversees highway, bus, aviation, rail and bicycle activity and controls the use of government funds for transportation projects. The commission was created by state legislation in 1988 and began operation in 1989, when it assumed the transportation responsibilities of the Ventura County Association of Governments. The VCTC is one of five member agencies which make up the Southern California Regional Rail Authority (Metrolink).
The commission oversees four fixed-route bus lines in Fillmore, Santa Paula and Piru. They also oversee the intercity bus system, Ventura Intercity Service Transit Authority.
Ventura County Transportation Commission website