The Victor Valley Transit Authority, or "VVTA," as it is commonly called, is a regional transit system operated by the high desert communities of Adelanto, Apple Valley, Hesperia, Victorville and the County of San Bernardino. Its network of interconnected routes is designed to link the high desert cities.
Transit information, routes, stops, and schedules can be obtained in brochures from any of the member city offices, from the VVTA office, or by calling the VVTA office at 760-948-3030. The offices are located at 11741 East Santa Fe Avenue in Hesperia, off of "I" Avenue, south of Bear Valley Road.
Four bus routes provide service within Apple Valley running from 6am to 9pm Monday through Friday, and 7am to 8pm on Saturdays.
Route 40 serves north Apple Valley from the Post Office to Walmart and includes time built-in to allow for deviations. With deviated fixed-route service, the general riding public and ADA-certified riders are commingled. This increases the community area to which VVTA can provide service, while still providing ADA-compliant service within ¾-mile of the deviated routes. For both VVTA and Direct Access (ADA) customers, the deviated fixed-routes provide greater convenience and increased flexibility.
Route 41 serves much of Hwy 18 from the Post Office, Walmart, St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center and on into Victorville to connect with the major transfer point at 7th and Lorene Street. From this hub, transfers can be made to several routes that service Helendale, Oro Grande, Adelanto, Victorville, and Hesperia.
Route 43 covers most of Bear Valley road from the Post Office down Central Road to Victor Valley College.
Route 47 serves south Apple Valley from the Post Office to the neighborhoods in the south. This route also includes deviations.
Complementary Paratransit - ADA In addition to regular public transportation, the Victor Valley Transit Authority provides specialized transit services for disabled citizens. This service provides curb to curb transit to individuals who due to disability cannot use the existing bus system. In general, specialized transit services should be used by citizens who cannot board, ride on, or disembark from conventional buses and citizens who cannot reach a bus stop due to disability. These transit services reach much of the Victor Valley. To apply for ADA complementary paratransit, visit the transit authority located at 11741 E. Santa Fe, Hesperia, CA 92345 between 8am and 5pm Monday through Friday, call them at 760-948-4021, or use the TDD number, 948-3990.
Click here to visit the Victor Valley Transit Authority's website.