System Alert: Reduced Service Adjustments

Local Fares

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RIDER CATEGORYLOCAL TRIPDAY PASS31-DAY PASS
Regular$1.50$4$55
Student$1.25$3.50$45
Veteran / Senior / Disabled / Medicare$0.75$2$27.50
ChildrenFREEFREEFREE

Pass Sales Locations

Adelanto, Apple Valley, Barstow, Hesperia, Victorville City Hall
Victor Valley College Book Store
VVTA Barstow & Hesperia Offices
VVTA Buses

County Fares

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When riding the routes 21, 22, 23, 24, 28, or 29 in the non-incorporated regions of San Bernardino County a County Route Fare is required. Flag down bus stop service is available in safe locations along the route based on the the drivers’ discretion, since traditional bus stops may not be present.
RIDER CATEGORYLOCAL TRIPCOUNTY TRIPDAY PASS31-DAY PASS
Regular$1.50$2.50$6$80
Student$1.25$2.25$5$70
Veteran / Senior / Disabled / Medicare$0.75$1.25$3$40
ChildrenFREEFREEFREEFREE

Pass Sales Locations

Adelanto, Apple Valley, Barstow, Hesperia, Victorville City Hall
Victor Valley College Book Store
VVTA Barstow & Hesperia Offices
VVTA Buses

Flex Fares

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On routes 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, 40, 47, 54, and 66, Route Deviation is available within 3/4 of a mile of the route with pickups available by reservation only. Call 760-948-3030 (Victor Valley) or 760-256-0311 (Barstow). Route Deviation Fare is required. Reservations must be made at least two hours in advance and made no more than the day prior to pickup while certified ADA passengers may make reservations according to their certification. Pickup and drop off is available where safe not including along dirt roads. Drop off requests are available based on capacity and must be requested from the driver while onboard the vehicle.
RIDER CATEGORYFLEX DEVIATION
Regular$2.00
Student$2.00
Veteran / Senior / Disabled / Medicare$1.00
ChildrenFREE

Pass Sales Locations

Adelanto, Apple Valley, Barstow, Hesperia, Victorville City Hall
Victor Valley College Book Store
VVTA Barstow & Hesperia Offices
VVTA Buses

NTC Commuter Fares

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NTC Commuter Routes are intended for those who work at Fort Irwin National Training Center (NTC). Security clearance and appropriate identification is required to access the military installation.

MEGA Monthly Pass: The NTC Commuter MEGA Monthly Pass may be used as fare for the calendar month it is purchased and is intended for non-Department of Defense (DoD) employees. The MEGA Pass is good as fare on all Fixed Routes (Direct Access and route deviations exclude).

Military Monthly Pass: The Military Monthly Pass is only available to DoD employees who qualify for the Mass Transportation Benefit Program (MTBP). The MTBP debit card is the only form of payment accepted and eligible DoD workers may sign up for monthly auto-payment with it. The Military Pass is good on all Fixed Routes and the Route 15 B-V Link (Direct Access and route deviations excluded).
 SINGLE TRIPMEGA PASS (monthly)MILITARY PASS (monthly)
Regular$13$180$255
StudentN/AN/AN/A
Veteran / SDM *N/AN/AN/A
Children **FREEFREEFREE

Pass Sales Locations

Barstow City Hall
VVTA Hesperia Office

B-V Link Fares

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RIDER CATEGORYBarstow < > Victor ValleyVictor Valley < > San Bernardino Valley
Regular Fare$6.50$6.50
Senior / Disabled / Medicare / Veteran Fare$3.25$3.25
Children **FREEFREE

Pass Sales Locations

Barstow City Hall
San Bernardino Transit Center
VVTA Buses
VVTA Barstow & Hesperia Offices

Victor Valley Transit routes have distinct fares depending on the type of route you ride. Fares tables are available on each individual route page, as well as this page.

Electronic Fare Payment

The UMO system allows passengers to purchase fare products online and ride VVTA buses using a smart card or mobile app. The hassle-free payment options streamline the boarding process by eliminating the need for passengers to fumble around for cash and loose change while paying fare when boarding the bus. Get UMO Now!

Rider Categories

CategoryDefinition
ChildrenChildren 5 & under (3 children maximum per adult fare; for each additional child, student fare must be paid, if available; otherwise, adult fare must be paid).
Senior / Disabled / MedicareAll require photo ID. Seniors are 60 and over.
StudentAge 6-13. Age 14 and over require student photo ID.
VeteranMilitary veteran photo ID required.
31-Day PassThe 31-Day Pass is acceptable as fare for 31 days, beginning the first day it is used in farebox.

FARE & PASS USAGE

Fare due when boarding. Exact change required. Pennies not accepted. Fare good for single direction trip only. Discount & Student Passes require presentation of photo I.D. when boarding; no refunds or replacements if passes are lost, stolen, damaged, or unused; passes are not transferable and only valid to person originally issued; use by others is fare evasion, resulting in confiscation, possible prosecution, and fines.

ADA and Senior Disabled ID Cards

To obtain a Victor Valley Transit ADA Direct Access Identification Card or a Senior Disabled Identification Card, please visit our Hesperia main office location at 17150 Smoke Tree St., Hesperia, CA 92345, Monday – Friday, 8:00am – 4:00pm

VVC Students

VVTA accepts valid Victor Valley College (VVC) Associated Student Body (ASB) or VVC Photo ID cards as fare on all VVTA Fixed and County Route buses. VVC ID cards are valid as fare during the term (or semester) for which they were issued, which spans from the official term start date through the first week of the next term. Cards issued for the previous term are not valid as fare, unless a valid decal from the current term is attached. The VVTA Student ID does not and will not replace the VVC ID cards. The VVTA Student Photo ID is a discount fare identification card available to verified students throughout VVTA’s service area. The VVTA Student Photo ID does not replace the VVC ASB or Photo ID pass cards, which are exclusive to VVC students.

CSUSB Students

CSUSB students, faculty, and staff are authorized to ride any Victor Valley Transit Fixed Route, County Route, and Route 15 service at no charge while utilizing their Coyote OneCard!

Once obtained, the CSUSB Coyote OneCard will be your fare, validated for the term (or semester) for which it was issued. The span begins on the official term start date through the first week of the next term (or semester). Cards issued for the previous term (or semester) will be unaccepted.

CSUSB OneCard holders may use Route 15 to travel directly from the Victor Valley Transportation Center to the Cal State University Campus and are highly encouraged to return using the “Howling Xpress.” This line departs from CSUSB at 5:35 pm straight to VVTC.

All other pickups from CSUSB will continue regular Route 15, including the San Bernardino Transit Center and Metrolink stops. VVTA also covers all of the High Desert Cities, including Victorville, Hesperia, Apple Valley, Barstow, Adelanto, Phelan, Wrightwood, and more.

For complimentary service along VVTA’s service area, the rider must simply present their Coyote OneCard to the Bus Operator.