One of the many great things about living and working in Santa Clarita is that it is conveniently located in Southern California. If you are looking for fast, convenient and affordable ways to get around town or to neighboring communities, you can use Santa Clarita Transit and Metrolink for work or leisure travel.
Santa Clarita Transit
All of the City of Santa Clarita Transit routes are wheelchair accessible and bicycles are welcome.
Santa Clarita Transit – Commuter Express
The Commuter Express service is convenient, cost-effective, comfortable and a great way to take the stress of weekday driving out of your schedule. The Commuter Express currently offers service to Downtown Los Angeles, North Hollywood/Red Line/Orange Line, Century City/Westwood/UCLA, and Warner Center/Woodland Hills/Chatsworth/Canoga Park/Winnetka.
The City’s Commuter Express Service operates Monday through Friday year round except on New Years Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
Santa Clarita Transit – Dial-A-Ride Services
The City of Santa Clarita Transit is committed to providing Santa Clarita Valley residents and visitors with valued transportation services, which extend to customers with special needs due to age or disabilities. Dial-A-Ride paratransit service provides curb-to-curb service for qualified elderly or special needs customers, as well as the general public. Dial-A-Ride passengers may schedule a trip for any purpose within the Santa Clarita Valley. Trips are not prioritized, which means riders can visit a friend or relative, go to a movie, visit the doctor, or go shopping.
The Santa Clarita Transit website includes details about eligibility, registration, scheduling of service, and hours of operation. To make a reservation or register for Dial-A-Ride service, please call (661) 294-9327 between 6:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Reservations can be made one to seven days in advance, including weekends and serviceable holidays.
Supplemental School Day Service
In an effort to serve the entire community, City of Santa Clarita Transit provides Supplemental School Day service trips during peak student travel times. Seating availability is on a first-come, first-serve basis, and is open to the general public.
Transfer stations are served by multiple Metrolink train and/or bus routes and help customers conveniently transfer at one location to a different route or service.
Metrolink operates three stations in Santa Clarita, offering quick, convenient and reliable rail services. The Metrolink site allows you to plan a trip to various points of interest in Southern California.