Before you board any bus, make sure it's the one going where you want to go! Many of our stops are served by more than one route so be sure the approaching bus is the one you want to ride...
Only conventional single seat, two-wheeled bikes, and recumbent and electric bikes the size of a standard bicycle are allowed on AVTA buses.
Your wheelchair must be properly secured and brakes set before the driver will move the bus.
Ordering a TAP card online is easy and convenient. Use your TAP Card to add stored value at any time or to purchase a monthly or weekly bus pass.
Use the system map to locate your start and end points and to find the bus route that will take you where you want to go. For some trips, you will have to use more than one bus...
Planning a trip with AVTA's trip planner? Watch our helpful videos and get where you need to go quickly and easily!
Dial-A-Ride (DAR) provides curb to curb transportation service to residents of the Antelope Valley who live within the Los Angeles County area. Eligibility is determined based on residency, age, or disability...
Do you or your organization help people travel within the Antelope Valley? Do you or your organization’s members/clients use Dial-A-Ride? Do you or your organization’s members/clients walk or bicycle to get where you need to go?
Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, and national origin in programs and activities receiving Federal financial assistance.
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Antelope Valley Transit Authority makes accommodation for persons with disabilities who wish to use any of our services.