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We would like to welcome our neighbors in Agoura Hills to the Thousand Oaks Transit family.  As of July 1, the City of Thousand Oaks is the service provider for Agoura Hills General Dial-a-Ride.
Please continue to call (818) 707-2005 to book your rides.

Green Route Changes Coming Monday, September 21.
We are adding a second bus to the Green Route to reduce wait times to an average of
one hour with most buses departing from The Oaks
at :35 or :40 past the hour, every hour.
Look for the new bus brochure being distributed beginning Monday, September 21
and new timetables going up at all stops Sunday, September 20.
Click on schedule to view larger version.

Thousand Oaks Transit is the operator of the Kanan Shuttle.  For current schedules and more information, please click here.

ALERT!   Additional bus added.
To ease overcrowding on the 7:25 bus, an additional bus is being added effective 8/27/15.
The bus will depart Roadside at 7:20 and arrive at the middle and high school drop-off at 7:51.


Saturday bus service has arrived aboard Thousand Oaks Transit buses! TOT will operate from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on the same four routes as the weekday service.

The Thousand Oaks Transportation Center (located at 265 S. Rancho Rd.) will be open Saturday, 8:00 a.m. to 8:15 p.m. Ticket sales will be available from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Why should you ride?
  • Embrace greater independence with Saturday service
  • Buses are clean, on-time, and affordable
  • Buses use clean-burning compressed natural gas to help reduce pollution
  • All buses are equipped with free WiFi

Thousand Oaks Transit offers weekday commuter shuttle service to the Moorpark Metrolink Station from three convenient locations:

 - Thousand Oaks Transportation Center
 - California Lutheran University
 - The Oaks Shopping Center

The regular fare is $2.50; $1.25 for seniors, disabled, and Medicare and no charge for Metrolink pass and ticket holders. Transfers to Thousand Oaks buses are FREE. This program is a partnership between the City of Thousand Oaks and Metrolink to make it easier for people to get to and from work and school, help reduce vehicle traffic, and improve air quality. View the schedule.


Want to know where your bus is? Is your bus on time? Nextbus provides real-time scheduling information using satellite technology. Nextbus will show you how much time until your bus arrives and its exact location. Track your bus>>


Thousand Oaks Transit has options available to save you money and time with passes for unlimited rides availble for 1, 7 or 31 days at a time. Passes may be purchased at the Thousand Oaks Transporation Ceneter or onboard the bus.

Students may now purchase bus passes in bulk at a discounted price. Find out how>>


The TOTC supports local transit needs and provides enhanced customer access to destinations throughout Ventura, Santa Barbara, and Los Angeles counties. The TOTC was constructed using "green" practices to maximize energy efficiency and reduce environmental impact. TOTC is conveniently located near the 101/23 Freeway at 265 S. Rancho Road and is open 4:45 a.m. to 8:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 8:00 a.m. to 8:15 p.m. on Saturday.

Amenities include: comfortable passenger waiting area, free WiFi, restrooms, vending machines, ticketing and pass purchasing, bicycle storage lockers, ample secure parking, and electric vehicle charging stations. | Transportation Center: 265 S. Rancho Road
Bus: (805) 375-5473 | Dial-A-Ride/ADA: (805) 375-5467