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All Aboard The Summer Beach Bus, Beginning June 1

The City of Santa Clarita is excited to announce the return of Santa Clarita Transit’s Summer Beach Bus service, offering convenient transportation to Ventura Harbor on the weekends starting Saturday, June 1 through Sunday, Sept. 1.

This popular service provides residents with a stress-free way to enjoy a day at the beach, traveling on the City’s comfortable, air-conditioned commuter express buses.

The Ventura Harbor offers a variety of fun attractions for visitors to look forward to, including the Ventura Harbor Village, where you can enjoy shopping, dining and entertainment; Harbor Beach Cove, ideal for relaxation and family fun; the Visitor Center at Channel Island National Park, where you can explore and learn about the natural beauty of the Channel Islands and the Ventura Yacht Club, an incredible opportunity to engage in various marine activities and rentals.

Visitors can also rent different types of water toys and enjoy Summer Live Music at Ventura Harbor Village from 12  to 3 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.

Summer Beach Bus fares are $3 each way for children and adults and $1.50 each way for Senior Citizens and persons with disabilities.

Riders may pay using the simple Token Transit mobile app, by using the stored value on their TAP card or in exact cash; however, monthly passes will not be accepted.

Buses will depart from the Via Princessa Metrolink Station (19201 Via Princessa) and the McBean Regional Transit Center (24375 Valencia Boulevard).

The Via Princessa Metrolink Station will depart at 8:22 a.m. and return at 5:53 p.m. The McBean Regional Transit Center will depart at 8:40 a.m. and return at 5:35 p.m.

Travelers will arrive at Ventura Harbor at 10 a.m. and depart at 4:30 p.m.

This program was designed to ensure a full day of beach activities without the stress of freeway driving and finding parking.

Travelers are welcome to bring their beach chairs, coolers and surfboards.

For more information on the Summer Beach Bus routes and schedules, click here

Ed. note the above information was provided by the City of Santa Clarita. 


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All Aboard The Summer Beach Bus, Beginning June 1

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Carl Goldman, along with his wife, Jeri repurchased KHTS AM-1220, Santa Clarita’s hometown station on October 24, 2003. They owned it from 1990-1998, and then sold it to Clear Channel Communication in 1998, buying it back from Clear Channel in 2003. Since then, they have rebuilt KHTS as a critical voice of the Valley. In 2015 the radio station moved to its new headquarters on Main Street in Old Town Newhall, in the original Newhall Hardware building. In 2018 an FM was added, 98.1, with its signal being simulcast with AM-1220. In January 2020, Carl and Jeri cruised on the Diamond Princess. Carl was one of the first Americans to come down with Covid-19. Months earlier he was impacted by Guillain Barre Syndrome as a result of a Shingles vaccine in September 2019. He is still in recovery from the vaccine.