Routes & Schedules

City of Santa Clarita Transit provides a range of transportation services throughout the Santa Clarita Valley’s approximately 200 square miles, as well as surrounding cities and destinations. All documents are offered in PDF format. PDF Document

Please note: Schedules are subject to change without notice. It is our desire to maintain scheduled time whenever possible.  However, safety is our primary consideration. Weather, traffic, road construction, and other factors may affect operating conditions. Therefore, schedules cannot be guaranteed. Santa Clarita Transit assumes no responsibility for lost, stolen or damaged passes. No refunds will be given. Santa Clarita Transit assumes no responsibility for delays, service annulments, etc. caused by weather, road/highway conditions, accidents, acts of God etc.

 

“How to Ride the Bus for Beginners”How to Ride the Bus for Beginners

 

How to Read Schedules

Local Service

To get you around the Santa Clarita Valley

Routes 1 & 2

Service between Canyon Country (Whites Canyon) and Castaic/Val Verde via Downtown Newhall, with stops at the Via Princessa and Newhall Metrolink Stations

Routes 3 & 7

Service between Seco Canyon and Six Flags Magic Mountain

Routes 4 & 14

Service between LARC Ranch (Bouquet Canyon) or Plum Canyon and Newhall via College of the Canyons. Select trips to the Senior Center

Routes 5 & 6

Service between Newhall/Stevenson Ranch and Canyon Country (Shadow Pines and north of Sierra Hwy) with stops at the Newhall and Santa Clarita (Soledad) Metrolink Stations

 

Commuter Express Service

To get you to and from Los Angeles, the San Fernando Valley and beyond

Route 757

North Hollywood, Red Line, Orange Line

Route 796/791

Woodland Hills, Canoga Park, Chatsworth

Route 797/792

UCLA, Westwood, Century City

Route 799/794

Union Station, Downtown Los Angeles

 

Station Links Service

To get you from Metrolink stations to destinations throughout the Santa Clarita Valley

Route 501

Weekdays only: Magic Mountain

Route 502

Weekdays only: Commerce Center

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