Arvin Transit

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Arvin Transit
Arvin Transit Logo.svg
Headquarters165 Plumtree Drive
LocaleArvin, CA
Service areaArvin, Lamont
Service typebus service
HubsTransit Hub
Fuel typeDiesel

Arvin Transit is the operator of mass transportation in Arvin, California. Four routes operate in and around the city, which serves most of the urban development. There are additional routes which connect Arvin with Lamont, and the Tejon Industrial Complex. There is one transit hub, located at the intersection of Bear Mountain Boulevard and Plumtree Drive.[1]

Service overview[edit]

As of July 2015, Arvin Transit operates 3 fixed routes and a Dial-A-Ride service. [1] Arvin Local route runs entirely within the city. Arvin – Lamont route runs between Arvin and Lamont, with one express trip on 7:00am and 5 other local trips. Arvin – Tejon route is an express route that runs between Arvin and the Tejon Industrial Complex, which is located next to the Golden State Freeway (Interstate 5). All routes stop at the transit hub. Arvin Transit and Dial-A-Ride service do not operate on most public holidays.[1]

Route Terminal(s) via
Arvin Local Arvin Transit Hub Derby Street, Franklin Street, Meyer Street, Sycamore Road, Walnut Street Comanche Drive, Varsity Road
Arvin-Lamont Arvin Transit Hub Derby Street, Sycamore Road, Comanche Drive, Di Giorgio Road, Main Street, Bear Mountain Boulevard
Arvin-Tejon North: Arvin Transit Hub
South: Tejon Ranch Industrial Complex
Highway 223, Interstate 5
Dial-A-Ride Various locations within Arvin city limits Within Arvin city limits


  1. ^ a b c "City Services - Transportation". City of Arvin. Retrieved 4 November 2016.

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