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GCTD has taken several actions in response to COVID-19 and the continuing public health crisis, all in an effort to address the immediate and long-term impacts of the pandemic on our public transit services.
In July 2021, the Board approved GCTD’s COVID-19 Recovery Plan. The purpose of this document is to detail Gold Coast Transit District’s efforts to assist in the revitalization of the health, social and economic fabric of our community and to have GCTD emerge as a more resilient organization following the COVID-19 pandemic. The plan was developed with input from the public, employees and includes recommended actions aligned with the California Transportation Association (CTA) Future of Transit task force report.
GCTD requires face masks upon boarding. Face shields are no longer allowed. Our team will enforce this mandate and support passengers in doing so. Our bus operators and Customer Service Center have extra face masks for passengers as needed.
Riders should observe social distancing rules when sitting down. Passengers are advised to stagger the rows and sides of the bus where they sit from other passengers.
Don't Wait, Vaccinate!
For a limited time, GCTD is offering free transportation to and from a vaccination site on its GO ACCESS vehicles for anyone with an appointment.
If you need more information on how to make an appointment for your vaccine, please visit Ventura County Recovers.
The District's administration office will be closed to the public until further notice. Lost and Found items can be retrived by appointment only, please call 805-483-3959, dial 0 for Operator. Customers can continue to communicate via the call center, the website's comments page, and social media.
Clear, protective Plexiglass shields are now installed around the bus operator compartment on all buses as an additional safety measure to protect the Operators who have continued to provide essential transportation services.
GCTD has hired three full-time Fleet and Facility Cleaners to secure additional cleaning of high-touch surfaces such as grab bars, farebox, and bus operator compartment with disinfectant throughout the day both in the field and at the faculty each night.