PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION -
Camarillo residents have three public transit bus services at their disposal, including Fixed Route, Dial-A-Ride and VCTC Intercity service. The Camarillo Area Transit (CAT) is a low-cost and convenient service. VCTC Intercity is a Countywide service, which connects Camarillo with Thousand Oaks, Oxnard and Ventura.
|CAT (805) 988-4228
||VCTC Intercity (800) 438-1112
||Welcome to the City of Camarillo's CAT. We're here to help you get around the
city safely and efficiently. Our Fixed Route bus travels the city, stopping at predetermined locations, while our Dial-A-Ride bus operates on a reservation basis.
There is also a link to the Ventura County transit system to help you travel outside the city limits.
Dial-A-Ride User Guide
What is Camarillo Area Transit Dial-A-Ride?
The CAT Dial-A-Ride (DAR) is an origin to destination transit service, similar to a taxi service. This service is available to the general public and will take you anywhere within the Camarillo city limits. However, the DAR bus is not intended to replace school buses, as space is limited. Therefore, reservations will not be taken for students to travel to and from school.
All DAR buses are clearly marked for identification. They are equipped with two-way radio systems, wheelchair ramps and tiedowns.
What kind of rides and how many may I reserve?
Rides may be made for any purpose, such as medical appointments, work, shopping or other personal business, with the exception of rides to and from school. Shopping bags are limited to three (3) bags per rider. When you call to make a reservation, you may place as many requests for trips as you wish. More than one (1) failure to cancel will remove you from making advance reservations.