Lancaster – On August 12, 2020, AVTA announced the decision to postpone the service changes that were scheduled to take effect on August 31, 2020.
Due to the ongoing and ever-evolving coronavirus pandemic and the resulting decline in ridership, AVTA postponed the service changes that included increased frequencies on the local bus route system, and the launch of a new late night on-request service. Commuter route changes to connect with LA Metro’s system, planned for August 31, 2020, will also be delayed until further notice.
Community outreach and public discussion regarding these changes will continue as AVTA seeks to gain a deeper understanding of the Antelope Valley community's transportation needs and how this current crisis may have modified our riders' needs and preferences. Visit the Let's Talk Mobility Project Website here for more information.
Reduced Schedules Will Remain in Effect:
All AVTA local transit routes will continue to run a reduced schedule for all days throughout the week, Monday through Sunday, until further notice. For specific timetables, please see AVTA’s Saturday schedule or click here to download the reduced local schedule.
Additionally, commuter routes will continue to run a reduced schedule until further notice. AVTA will operate 11 total runs for routes 785, 786, and 787, Monday through Friday.
The current commuter reduced schedule is as follows. AVTA will continue to provide 11 total runs for routes 785, 786, and 787, Monday through Friday.
ROUTE RUNS OMP AM PTC AM PM
785 1 3:50 4:05 2:50
3 4:30 4:45 3:30
6 5:20 5:35 4:35
9 6:30 6:50 5:40
786 1 4:00 4:15 2:50
3 4:50 5:10 4:00
5 5:40 6:00 4:50
787 1 4:00 4:15 2:50
3 4:40 4:55 3:30
6 5:40 5:55 4:30
9 6:30 6:50 5:40
Routes 747, 748, and 790 have been cancelled until further notice.
AVTA provides local, commuter and dial-a-ride service to a population of more than 450,000 residents in the cities of Lancaster and Palmdale as well as the unincorporated portions of northern Los Angeles County. Its total service area covers 1,200 square miles and it is bounded by the Kern County line to the north, the San Bernardino County line to the east, the Angeles National Forest to the south, and Interstate 5 to the West.