Thousand Oaks Transit

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Thousand Oaks Transit
Parent City of Thousand Oaks
Headquarters2100 Thousand Oaks Blvd.
Locale Thousand Oaks, California
Service type bus service, paratransit
Routes4 [1]
Operator MV Transportation [2]

Thousand Oaks Transit (TOT) is Thousand Oaks, California's transportation service, providing local routes that serve the need of those commuting within the city itself.



All-time roster

Fleet number(s)ThumbnailYearManufacturerModelEngineTransmissionNotes
2016New Flyer-AdelphiaC60LF
  • Demo
  • Exact fleet numbers unknown
554034-5540352004 DCCBNA SLF235 CNG Cummins Westport B Gas Plus Allison B300R
  • Retired in 2015
554036-5540392008 OBI Orion VII
07.502 CNG
Cummins Westport ISL-G ZF Ecomat 4 6HP594C
554054-5540552015 Gillig BRT CNG 30' Cummins Westport ISL-G ZF EcoLife 6AP1200B
  • 2 units
  • First 30 Foot units in fleet

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