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How to Qualify for Dial-A-Ride


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.  DAR is available to the general public for those who live in Rural Zone 2.  Please refer to the DAR map below for reference.

Dial-A-Ride Map

DAR is for seniors and disabled persons, as well as to anyone living outside of the Urban Zone and Rural Zone 1 who may not have access to any of our fixed route system stops. One of the following is needed in order to qualify for Dial-A-Ride services:

Senior 62
  • Anyone 62 and older automatically qualifies
  • Must present up to date CA identification when applying
  • Reduced Fare Senior TAP card

  • SSI Award Letter, Medicare Card (not Medical), and DMV placard receipt
  • Reduced Fare Disabled TAP Card
  • Valid Access Card
  • Must present up to date CA identification when applying

Note: If you do not have a Reduced Fare TAP Card, you must apply for one in order to qualify for Dial-A-Ride Services. Please contact 661-945-9445 for more information.

Rural Zone 1 and 2
  • Proof of Residence (current utility bill)
  • Must present up to date CA identification when applying
If you believe you have a physical or mental impairment that prevents you from independently using the ADA accessible fixed route bus service, complete and return the eligibility application to AVTA. 

An application can be obtained at the AVTA facility located at 42210 6th Street West in Lancaster. Once eligibility has been determined, a photo I.D. will be issued which will be required to use the service.

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