Santa Clarita Transit (SCT) considers the health and safety of our employees and customers to be of utmost importance. In light of recent updates regarding the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) SCT continues to monitor the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health as well as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for up-to-date preventative best practices for our operators and maintenance staff.
Please note that while SCT always upholds regular cleaning practices of our vehicles and facilities, we are currently implementing enhanced cleaning procedures. This includes additional cleaning of surfaces that experience elevated levels of physical contact such as doors, handrails, armrests, pull chords, fareboxes, etc. Maintenance staff uses hospital-grade disinfectant on all of the aforementioned surfaces daily across our entire fleet.
In following with CDC recommendations, we urge our passengers to:
Avoid close contact with people who are sick
Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth
Stay at home if you are ill
Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue
Clean and disinfect regularly touched objects and surfaces using a regular household cleaning spray or wipes
Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
If soap and water are not readily available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60 percent alcohol
Santa Clarita Transit is committed to providing transportation service for essential trips. This includes getting personal care attendants to their patient’s homes, grocery store employees to work, etc.
Yes. Santa Clarita Transit has reduced local and commuter service, suspended the GO! Santa Clarita service and eliminated supplemental school trippers. Details can be found here.
Yes, a Federal Mask Mandate issued on January 29, 2021 requires that masks be worn on all forms of public transportation. This mandate supersedes any local or state mask policies as they relate to public transit.
Santa Clarita Transit recently completed the installation of rear door TAP validators. As of January 1, 2021 operators will begin reminding patrons to ensure they have proper fare as they board. Further details can be found here.
Yes, we have updated our GPS feed. We encourage riders to download the Moovit app for iOS or Android for the most current trip information.
We encourage all passengers to follow the same social distancing rules outlined by the Los Angeles Public Health Department. If you have reason to believe you may have been exposed, please stay home.
The City does not directly employ drivers. As such HIPAA privacy regulations preclude staff from knowing much more beyond the fact that a positive test came back. However, the City is dedicated to working with our contract operator to protect our drivers and residents. While maintenance crews are working tirelessly to clean and disinfect all buses and facilities on a regular basis using hospital grade solutions City staff has been sourcing additional cleaning materials and personal protective equipment for operators in the field.
Attention Route 792/797 Passengers Bus Stop Closed
Due to construction, the bus stop on eastbound Century Park East and Constellation Blvd (#13436) will be closed effective September 20, 2018 for an indefinite period of time. As an alternate stop, you may board at Century Park East and Santa Monica or Century Park West and MGM Drive. Please check our website for updates.
Atención Pasajeros de Ruta 792/797 Parada de Autobús Cerrado
Debido a construcción, la paradas de autobús hacia el Este en Century Park Este y Constellation Blvd (#13436) estaran fuera de servicio comenzando el 20 de septiembre de 2018 por un período indefinido. Como alternativa, puede abordar en la parada de Century Park East and Santa Monica o Century Park West and MGM Drive. Por favor visite nuestro sitio de web para mas informacion.
For more information, please call (661) 294-1287. Para más información, por favor llame (661) 294-1287.
City of Santa Clarita Rider Etiquette: A few tips for the road.
When arriving at the bus stop to board the bus, please be courteous to people who have been waiting before you.
Avoid using the seat next to you as storage for your belongings when other passengers need a seat.
Please keep your voice low and talk time to a minimum when using your cell phone.
Headsets used for electronic devices are for your ears only, so please keep the volume low.
City of Santa Clarita Transit uses technology to monitor buses and works closely with SCV Sheriffs and School Districts to ensure the safety of our passengers.