Victor Valley Transit Authority

Victor Valley Transit Authority (VVTA), the second largest transit operator in San Bernardino County (with over 1,020,119 passengers a year), is a transit agency providing bus service in the Victor Valley, California area.

Read more about Victor Valley Transit Authority:  Origins of The VVTA, Routes, Fares, Fleet, Governance, Website

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